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miramar
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« on: November 27, 2017, 04:52:36 AM »

Hi,

I have a problem on the right margin of the "Homepage Icon Boxes" section, in chrome (v. 62.0.3202.94 64bits) it gets a little gap margin, see image below.
If I disable display:table to #icon_boxes it turns better but not perfect. Left margin is perfectly aligned as you can see. Any tip to solve this problem, already tried some tricks but nothing works.

Thank you!
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« Reply #1 on: November 27, 2017, 07:58:18 AM »

Hello,

Please post a url to where this occurs, I am not seeing this issue on our demo.

To be honest, I don't think I would worry about that, I had to look for a while at screenshot to determine what you were referring to. If you want though you can try adding the following to custom.css:

#icon_boxes {
margin-right:-2px;
}

There's a good chance this is just a browser issue though, as everything lines up properly on the demo and the css it set the same as all other areas.
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« Reply #2 on: November 27, 2017, 08:38:52 AM »

Hello,

Please post a url to where this occurs, I am not seeing this issue on our demo.

To be honest, I don't think I would worry about that, I had to look for a while at screenshot to determine what you were referring to. If you want though you can try adding the following to custom.css:

#icon_boxes {
margin-right:-2px;
}

There's a good chance this is just a browser issue though, as everything lines up properly on the demo and the css it set the same as all other areas.

Hello Mike,

First let me thank you for your reply.

This is not a major problema, but it's bugging me...
I think you target the issue, anyway I've created a more explicit image: http://teste.miramarnazarehotels.com/tempo/luxon_issue2.jpg
The problem occurs in your own template, in mine the gap it's a little bit bigger (+- 5px).
Already had tried the negative margin, it solve to that resolution but due to the responsiveness when shrinking the negative margin has to be altered obligatorily what generates another problem...I can do that with media queries but it does not seem like a good solution.
At firefox I can't target the problem, so I think like you say it's a chrome issue.

I'll let it go for now, thanks any way.

Best regards,

update: Now I can target the problem at Chrome, FireFox and Edge
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