Lost topic on spacing

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I've been searching the forum and can't seem to find the topic,

it was a topic awhile back about how to place an image at the very, very top of the page. Anybody have it bookmarked or know it off the top of there head? Thanks a buch!
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Nice to meet u again Dan,
i think you can find it by submitting a question lile that.
When tring to post the question , GetSatisfaction searchs for relative topics.
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I did such thing, and couldn't find the exact topic.

Nice to meet you again too.
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Why don't u sign up at My Site ?
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Your link didn't quite work.
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Hey Dan,

1) Which template are you using?
2) Do you want to move an existing banner up?
3) or are you looking for a plain white page with an image at the very top.
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Heya Boomer,

I am using No Frills and would like to get rid of the white space at the top of the page with a banner.
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How about using negative margins to push it up?
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Tried that to no success :(
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Hey Dan

Here's a workaround that should do the trick. In your page heading (under the Properties tab) add in an img src tag. So it would look like this:

<!--<img src="http://yoursite.yolasite.com/resource...>

Hope that helps!
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Heya Sanja,

I'll give it a try, thanks a bunch!
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Sorry, the code didn't copy properly... here's the correct img src tag:
<img src="resources/yourimagefile.jpg">
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Hehe thank you :)
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Try this Dan, I have tested it and it works.

<div style="position:absolute; left:365px; top:0px; width:500px; height:140px;padding:0px;">
<img src="your image url" width="500" alt="" />
</div>

The image width can't be much wider than 500px with the "no frills" template.
It also does not look that great in the sitebuilder, but it's workable.
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Wow! Thanks Boomer for that!
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Happy to hear that it has solved.

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