How to position a header closer to the nav bar.

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Hello please help.

Eugeneclothing.com silver package.
I'd like the image closer to the navigation bar so that it's not so high.
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Hi Angel,

You wish to bring the B&W logo down closer to the navigation ?
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Yes and i'd like to move the nav a bit more to the right so the B&W image is right next to it. I'm using the B&W image as a home button.
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Can I suggest another work around?

Linking your logo is easy you just use standard link code for that or the link window within the widget.

Add an image widget to the top of your page.
Add the logo as the image.
Now with the margin settings you can move this anywhere by using the margin settings with negative values.

You will need to go slowly with this a few pixels at a time with negative values in the left and top margins.

Please do this on a test page first so you don't lose track of the widget on yur real page.

When you are satisfied write down the margin settings and add it to your pages.

You need to check the positioning in three different browsers: IE, FF and Chrome as each may give a slightly different rendered position.

You can "save page as" if you wish to add this feature to many pages in the future. Then use this as a template for new pages which saves you from having to go through the whole procedure again.
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How can i move the navigation bar slightly to the right without the nav bar stacking the link on top of each other. I understand how to add the image and add the link to the index page but i'm really having trouble moving the nav bar.
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OK. Not as easy but possible.

I can't work out the style your using so can't open a test site in Silver but I know from other styles that it will be a solution whereby you have to work with the float: left statement.

Once you have added all the nav titles then you would set a left margin to bring it in.