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What I did was use position: absolute to have them the way I want, but that is probably not a good idea. I tried to put padding and margin 0 everywhere, but Drupal seems to override my CSS or something.

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have you tried margin:0px !important; ? –  Tyler Durden Jan 3 '13 at 14:38
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Assuming D7,

You can use drupal_add_css() through a node or page template and add in your own styling that way. That should get loaded last. drupal_static_reset() can clear out css that may be conflicting if you encounter stubborness.

Also... clear the cache?

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You can override Drupals styling rules. Just use your browsers (Chrome, Firefox) developer tools to inspect elements for whats styling rules they have. Then override them in your themes stylesheet(s).

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