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    Chuck-Bruce
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    Right now there is approximately one inch between the each of the blog posts on our “News” page that uses the following blog shortcode:

    blog number_posts=”6″ cat_slug=”” exclude_cats=”buy-sell” show_title=”yes” title_link=”yes” thumbnail=”yes” excerpt=”yes” excerpt_length=”50″ meta_all=”yes” meta_author=”no” meta_categories=”yes” meta_comments=”no” meta_date=”yes” meta_link=”no” meta_tags=”yes” paging=”yes” scrolling=”pagination” strip_html=”no” blog_grid_columns=”2″ layout=”medium” class=”” id=””

    Is there a setting somewhere that I can change to cut that white space in half?
    If not, is there some code I can put in the Additional CSS section to adjust it?
    And lastly, if there is custom css code to change it, could you tell me how you tracked down that custom css?

    As part of building this new site, I’m trying to learn css and would like to know how you determine where to look to figure out what has to be customized.

    Thanks!

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  • vaibhav
    Moderator
    Post count: 384
    #35835 |

    Hi,

    Add custom css for space between blog posts

    Thank you

    Chuck-Bruce
    Participant
    Post count: 17
    #35846 |
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    vaibhav
    Moderator
    Post count: 384
    #35851 |

    Hi,

    First, Add above custom css in your additional css area of the customizer.
    go to dashboard and open a path
    Appearance -> Customize
    http://prntscr.com/hj8g61

    Sorry for we miss your third point, don’t worry definitely we will help you to how to track custom css. you need to some basic HTML and CSS knowleage.
    https://developers.google.com/web/tools/chrome-devtools/css/

    Thank you

    Chuck-Bruce
    Participant
    Post count: 17
    #35870 |
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    vaibhav
    Moderator
    Post count: 384
    #35876 |

    Hi,

    Sorry But we have created custom css for the particular News page, not another page.
    But Great you create right custom css for both pages.

    Thank you

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