recently a border has appeared on my website (www.footballargentina.com), on all the pages. I did not put it on and I am not sure where it came from. Is it an addition by graphene in an update? Where would I locate it in the CSS?
It is not that I do not like it – on the contrary, i actually rather like it. But it only appears on some browsers. (firefox on a pc yes, on a mac no; ie explorer on a pc no etc.).
Could anyone tell me; a) where the border has come from; b) where i can find it in the CSS; c) how i can modify it so that it appears in more browsers.
No, it isn’t the admin bar, it is a border than runs around the website about 1cm from the edge of the screen. It has the appearance of the inside being raised up while a shadow effect appears in the outer strip, going from black back into the blue. I have sent you an email to email@example.com, (having seen that address by clicking on your name above), to give you some idea of what it looks like.
Got it. That is actually the shadow that appears around the main content area. I expected to see it there, so I didn’t notice anything different when I looked at your page. You should always see this, unless you have a small monitor. What size is your monitor?
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