Thin grey line to the left of banner. How to get rid of it?

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There's a thin grey line to the left of my banner. I have tried changing the width, cropping the pic, and uploading a new pic, but it doesn't seem to make a difference. Not sure what else to try. If I adjust the content width to less than 800, it goes away, but only temporarily. You can see the effect on the site.

As soon as I can solve this the site will go live. The template is 'vertigo' i believe.
Looking forward to any help I get. Thanks.
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Kaleb Penner

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Kaleb Penner

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oops. see it at:

www.gpdj.yolasite.com
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Hello Kaleb,

I'm wondering if the image is being fitted into the space of the banner. I can see that your original is 4602 x 1257 px.

What I would try is to re-size your image without cropping but simply making it something like 4602 x 1240 px. So in effect keeping your width the same but reducing the height. You will probably need to try a few height adjustments to get it right?
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Please let us know if Gop's advice sorts out that line Kaleb, if not, we're happy to take a closer look.
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Also, I noticed you haven't customized your favicon yet and the default favicon from Vertigo really doesn't suit your new site. Here's how to upload your own favicon!
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Tried to resize the image, no change. I did solve it in the end by just creating a CSS override for banner width. I didn't realize you could add parameters that weren't already on the list, good to know!
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Wonderful, glad you were able to get rid of it!