Help with Edit CSS function for Classic Line Premium Template

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I have talked a client I am working to start using Yola for Landing Pages. They need to redo their website and it needs to reside on their site because they are as SaaS company and product integrated - but am using Yola to create a stop gap measure for some of their new solutions and am having an issue with Edit CSS function.

I do not know CSS very well at all , but have been able to modify quite a few things in many templates and was able to change colours on menu bars and fonts...etc. On the Classic Line Premium Template which is the one with the banner as a sofa which is nice clean and white there is this bar that below the banner. It appears that in the CSS that is the following. I either want to eliminate it or put in a horizontal thin line. Because this is pulling in an image....I tried several things and am scratching my head. Does anyone have any suggestions how to edit this to where it has nothing or where I can put in a line to replace that image? Any help will be appreciated. It is the last thing I needed to figure out and am stumped.

div.post_banner_element {
background:url(http://s3.yolacdn.net/V0024351/templa...) no-repeat top center transparent;
width:943px;
height:36px;
margin:0;
padding:0;
}
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Karen

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Karen

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Oops forgot the image

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Gop

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You could try either:

div.post_banner_element {
background:url(http://s3.yolacdn.net/V0024351/templa...) no-repeat top center transparent;
width:943px;
height:1px;
margin:0;
padding:0;
}

or

div.post_banner_element {
background: none;
}
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Hello Karen

Adding on Gop, you could also use this code to remove the brown bar below the banner:
div.post_banner_element {

display: none;
}
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Thank you -

I tried them all and ended up with the first one and made it 2 so got my horizontal line. The border was a darkish black / with green but when I took it down to 2 px it looks just black.

Thank you both for your help.
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Glad the 2 px worked Karen. Good work.