Heading too low taking up valuable space

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Hi,
My heading is too low taking up valuable space at the top of my webpage. There seems to be a big blank space between the top of the screen and the top of my heading. How can I correct this?

Thankyou,
Scott
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Monique, VP of Customer Support

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This sounds like a feature of the style you are using, but I may be wrong. Please post your URL so that we can take a look.
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Hi Monique,
It is not like it is reallylow, but just low enought o have to scroll down on each of my pages constantly.

Anyway please take a look.

http://www.mrbrazil-designtechnology....

Appreciate your help.
Thankyou,
Scott
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Gop

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Hi Scott,

If you can change the #logo h1 padding to 10 pixels this will bring it up as in the image capture:


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Hi,
thanks for this, but now i see a gap between the header and the other below it - "gr6, gr 7..."

I wanted it all to go up higher so there is no gap at the top, and all my information can be seen entirley. Can you please help me with this.

Also, can this be done so it is on each page?

Thankyou,
again, appreciate your efforts.

If your ever in Dubai let me know and i'll buy you a beer! :-)

Have a great day,
Scott
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Hi,
I just looked and it seems to be back where it was..?

Sorry i really do not understand coding... Are you able to do this for me?

you have my permission, it is way over my head.

Thankyou,
Scott
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Gop

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Hello Scott,

That was done on your published site and not in the site-builder. It's a preview facility locally, only to see if that's what you want. You mentioned the header and I made an adjustment of this. The menu is a more difficult task and I will work on that and see what can be done if anything.

The easiest solution is always to change your style although I understand that the style you have chosen was probably for various reasons. I suggest that you still look at others in the meantime.

Do you have Yola Silver or Bronze? (Sorry I don't know this). Could you also tell me the screen resolution of your computer that you are working on, because your complete page is displaying on mine without scrolling at all.
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Thanks Gop.

Scott I am on a 13 inch laptop and can see your full page without scrolling.

We can't do the coding for you but we can try to talk you through it. Although I am not sure it is necessary when I look at your site?
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Thanks Monique. I use a big screen so wan't sure. That's pretty well confirmed it.

Scott if we make adjustments to bring the contents into your screen it's likely that the contents will be quite compressed in a sense for the majority of users. Most users are using a screen definition of between 1024x768 pixels to 1280x960 pixels. These screen resolutions also correlate with physical screen sizes in a large way. Smaller screen monitors tend to use smaller resolution and larger tend to use even higher. Most people use the highest resolution they can and still be able to see and read detail.
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Hi guys,
Sorry i never got back to you. We start our weekend here on a Thursday, so back to work here now on a Sunday.

Basically we are seeing about 90% of the page. We cannot see just the bottom 10% of the pages. If we could lift the whole contents up this would fix it. Can this be done?

Thanks,
Scott
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Scott,

Can you tell me the screen resolution on your computer?
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Hi,
It is 1280 x 800.

But all of my students laptops are slightly smaller.

Thankyou,
Scott
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Hi Scott,

I changed my res to that you mentioned and it is the cause of not seeing the bottom part of your page.

Suggest bringing up the res height a bit to say 900 odd pixels. think that will fix your problem?

Good luck with this and please let me know how it goes.
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Hi,
I am unable to change the settings. I spoke with our technician and we tried it but it does not then fit onto the electronic whiteboard here at school.

Any other suggestions?

Thanks,
Scott
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Gop

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Stymied!

The Yola set is optimised for a 900 px height in res. I hope that the Yola crew can help you with this one, Scott. There must be a solution.

It may help if you can get your tech crew to communicate with the engineers at Yola?
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I don't know where you are up to with this Scott but another thought on the topic is the screen aspect ratio (width/height). I don't know if this can be fidged or not with various drivers etc but I daresay an IT engineer would have the best info on any fix that may be needed.

A whiteboard may be a whole new ballgame though with such things?