Originally Posted by Roc
I think he just wants to edit the topmost wrapper for now.
Add the following to the topmost div in your layout (or the body class)
What jutlander suggested is the best way to do it, if you are just starting with the layout or want to optimize your present layout.
Hang on, there are a million reasons why the OP could have a space at the top. And without seeing the code we can only guess but if I had
to guess I’d guess it’s the default margin/padding of the body element OR
a default margin of an element that sits at the very top (e.g. a headline that could also be within a header div within the wrapper div and would still add a space on top - keyword: “collapsing margins”). So your code wouldn’t do anything, Roc, because divs usually have no margin anyway.
And what’s a “body class”?