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if you can provide a link to your site and the EXACT area that you would like to have less spacing, we can help you achieve the desired look using custom CSS.
@pernillaoberg glad you were able to find a CSS selector you want to change! I don't know if the 1em is the default bottom margin but you can always change it to 0 to make sure your changes are taking affect. Also, when adding custom CSS, I always recommend adding !important after the CSS so you are sure your change is applied, like this:
Posted 31 December 2011 - 06:48 AM
Posted 31 December 2011 - 07:42 PM
Pagelines has been clever to code in separate divs that provide the padding of all areas on a page. These can easy be recognised because they are all called div.********-pad
Apart from all section and space identifiers, they also done the clever thing to add all kind of classes to the body of the pages to identify what page or even what kind of page it is.
So the task is to locate the padding div and look in what body or/and section class it is encased. With that info you build your CSS-selector.
This is just a sample.
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You can find the CSS element for any section using . From there, you will be able to find the padding and reduce it as desired.
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Hope that helps