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    Hey everyone,

    I am a wee bit stuck.

    I am making a theme for my martial arts club, and it is about 99% complete, in fact the them itself is done, its the actual wordpress files, I need to add some html to one or 2 of them, but I can’t for the life of me find out which ones.

    ok here is a link to the blog:
    it is still in testing. my problem is the navigation sidebar.

    I don’t want a lot of wordpress stuff on it, as wordpress will only be used for generating small articles, and the ability to leave commments.

    so I have the navigation with the normal nav for the site but with navigation for the blog (and this is my problem)

    My problem is a size issue, underneath my link to "chinese" my heading for "Blog navigation" is immediate, I would like at least 15px space.
    underneath that I have register, log in, log out as links, and they display fine.
    Then I have a heading for recent posts, and this has a space between the Log out link, and the links underneath this heaing is fine also.
    Then my seacrh heading is immediately after the last link of my posts heading.

    Image screen shot with red squares to what I mean:

    Can anyone help me out to find the php file I can add some html to.

    if anyone wants the code I am using just ask & I will paste here.



    I am going to take a stab at this, not sure if it is the correct way or if it is what you are looking for. But could you put in <p>&nbsp;</p>

    between those areas you need spacing? Or create a

    "Robskiwarrior" wrote:
    <a class="nav" href="">&nbsp;Chinese&nbsp;</a&gt;
    <div><!– empty –></div>
    <div class="navTitle"><br>Blog Navigation</div><br />

    Then style the <p> 15 px?

    Just a suggestion question, as I am learning.

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