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  • kedzioorek
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    Denzel Chia
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    Hi,

    If you look into the website source code, you can see a lot of empty p tags, which is what’s causing the white spaces. Please remove any empty space in your content.

    Thank you

    kedzioorek
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    #30416 |

    Good morning Denzel,

    I know, but it was the only way I found to place the part of ¨Diseño gráfico¨ as a fifth element creating a circle shape. From computeou see it from mobile… There is any way to modificate his part on mobile?

    Best

    kedzioorek
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    #30418 |

    Denzel,

    I know why I had to put the addiciaonal space. If you see the number of line of the text there is a difference between each service. If I want to have the mane of the service on the same leves I had to add the extra space.

    http://neexiemedia.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/Service-difference.png

    The answer is, can you configurated this space in the way That no matter how many text line I have the name of service alway will be at the same line.

    And the space between las service and the next space I can´t see any addicional space.
    http://neexiemedia.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/space.png

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    Denzel Chia
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    #30424 |

    Hi,

    Empty space in your content will generate empty p tag.
    HTML p tag does not have any ID or Class to use in Custom CSS.
    Therefore it’s not possible to remove spacing generated by extra or empty p tags.

    In the Content boxes shortcode, there is option to add CSS class.
    You should add a unique class name to your content boxes, and it may be possible to make adjustments.

    At the moment, you can use the following in Theme Options -> Custom CSS
    It will widen your logo and remove a bit of white space at the end of the website.

    Thank you

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