Finally a tip to get rid of that space/gap between the header and the navigation. This one works.

There are a lot of tips and codes out there that claim to shrink or decrease the size of the gap between your header and your navigation area. I am using the newspress template and none of the code found on Creators works for me.  None.  Remember that I designed and placed my own header on our site.  I frittered a whole evening with stuff that doesn't do anything but waste time.  There is one CSS code that is already in your CSS, and merely changing the size does the trick. Mine came with this one. 70 pixels is a mammoth gap, so changed it to 5 px's.  Use what you have in your CSS, change the number to fit your site.

#xg_sitename{
position:relative;
top:-70px!important;
}

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id also do something biut the mommouth navigation

i know but look at your navigation its huge ugly  all over the place  set it up with subtabs 1 line of top level tabe with subtabs under it

your worried about a lil gap when the navigations twice as big as the header

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