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JustinBlack

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  1. @derricksrandomviews still no effect I'm afraid 😞
  2. @derricksrandomviews Gotcha. Unfortunately it doesn't seem to have an effect on the centering. Thanks for your help - please let me know if anything else comes to mind.
  3. @derricksrandomviews same thing, no effect. Thanks for your patience. To make sure I'm doing this correctly, this is what was in my CSS window (I just copied it after the existing CSS): #siteTitle { display: none } div.index.home { margin-right: 0 !important; margin-left: 0 !important; } #topNav .main-nav { text-align: center; }
  4. @derricksrandomviews thanks. I tried copying that after my existing CSS (along with changing "left" to "center") and did not see an effect.
  5. Thanks for the reply @derricksrandomviews. I'm afraid my lack of programming knowledge is showing - I tried copying various bits of code after my existing CSS, with no effect. Could you please advise on how to properly integrate the info contained in that thread with my existing CSS?
  6. Site URL: http://www.terminallyinlove.com Hello, On my website www.terminallyinlove.com , I am using the CSS below to remove the title from the top bar navigation. The resulting issue is that the top bar nav is off-centered. I've attached a screenshot to illustrate. Is there any additional CSS I can use to fix the offset? I have very little programming knowledge unfortunately. The CSS I'm currently using is: #siteTitle { display: none } div.index.home { margin-right: 0 !important; margin-left: 0 !important; } Thanks for your help!
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