What CSS code do I need to move my submenu to the left?

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Hi all,

I'm slowly getting use to using css codes but I don't know what code to use to move the subpages in 'Tea Parties' or shorten the pink space underneath the header. Please check it out and see what I mean; www.simplytealightful.co.uk

Regards
Tanya
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Hello Tanya,
Unfortunately this is not my specialty area so I am unsure of what the answer is to your question. We generally don't have the ability to provide too much support on how to use CSS as this is somewhat a feature for advanced users, however we do have an HTML team that would be happy to try to help, however, please allow for 48-72 hours for them to review your case and post back here with any suggestions they might have.

I would also encourage you to take a look at some various resources out there regarding CSS. Here is a link to a few I found:

http://www.w3schools.com/css/
http://www.w3schools.com/css/css_intr...

Kind Regards,
Emmy
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Thanks Emmy,

I've had fun on those links. They've helped.
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Hello Tanya,

I may be able to help. Could you please provide me with the name of the style you are using so I can find a solution for you?

Thanks,
Brandon
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Hey Brandon,

I'm using radiant music.

Thanks
Tanya
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Tanya, I have looked at the css code, and sadly I am mystified at why this is happening. I do not see anything that is causing this block to appear

Sincerely,
Kevin
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Tanya, it seems that I have found a css fix for you site. Please include the css code below:

div.ys_menu_2 ul{
position:relative;
left:-200px;
width:800px;
}
#content{
position:relative;
top:-50px;
}


Sincerely,
Kevin
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Thanks Kevin,

That's worked a treat. :)
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Kevin

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You're most welcome Tanya