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    I need to change padding-top:119px to padding-top:100px in #main (http://prntscr.com/bjg3co) because I have some space between header and main web.

    Funny thing is that in Firefox everything is OK but in Chrome and Safari it is not.

    I’ve added

    .html_header_top.html_header_topbar_active.html_header_sticky #top #main{
    	padding-top: 100px !important;

    no change.


    Hi @SimonPL;
    it looks fine on my end (Chrome and Firefox) ; the padding-top is set to “100px !important” (the very last line of your child theme style)


    Hi @SimonPL,

    It looks fine on my end too, did you manage to get it fixed? If not then please post screenshots highlighting the issue.

    Best regards,


    On Firefox and Chrome web looks good but on Safari it is not: http://prntscr.com/bjx07n There is still small break.



    for me it’s looking the same on all browsers.

    Please update the theme to the latest version. That should fix any issues you are currently experiencing :)

    To update to the latest version follow the simple instructions here. (Or if you want the super detailed explanation you can read this blog post)

    If that does not help, feel free to reply here and we will take a closer look at the issue. In that case please also add your WordPress login credentials (in the “private data” field) so we can take a look at your admin area.

    Best regards,

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