RLM best practice - Post ID 245306

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Hey again

JUst wondering a couple of things.

1. How do I get rid of the guttering in the attached where the red arrows are pointing as I cannot seem to find that referenced in the exported css? the 'live' page if you need it is http://clients.motley.co.uk/ranmoor/template.php

2. on this page http://clients.motley.co.uk/ranmoor/template.php the main body area content will be dynamic and the client will be able to update that pages. I use ckeditor to allow them to do this which obviously outputs <h1> or <p> etc rather than the pseudo classes that is created when designing in RLM. What are your suggestions as to getting around this? Is it just a question of adding those tags and removing the pseudo ones once exported?

Cheers

Jamie
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For #1, You have a max width set.
#mainContentWrapper.row {
max-width: 960px;
}
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Thanks for the reply Eric,

Thats for the content area though... and yes that is set to 960px

The slideshow/hero is actually set to 1200px max-width

Jamie

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