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  • #1319021

    Hello dear Kriesi team,

    unfortunately I’m facing a problem where I can’t find a solution. I have two columns below each other. I want to connect them without a gap so that it looks like one column. But I can’t get the gap between the two columns out.

    I have saved the spacing with 0px. also no frame is set.

    Either i’m just missing something here or i don’t know. I would be very grateful for some help. This is driving me crazy.

    Thanks in advance.

    • This topic was modified 2 years, 9 months ago by Ismael.
    #1319081

    and it is definitly two columns not two color-sections?
    if it is two columns ( guess 1/1) – why don’t you drag&drop the content from the second column to the first and get rid of that second column?
    Or in other words – why is it important to preserve here two columns?

    by the way – a following column got a class: column-top-margin
    and the concerning rule is set to –

    body .column-top-margin {
        margin-top: 50px;
    }

    to change that on general seem to be no good idea – so give a custom-class to f.e: the parent element ( color-section) or to that following column
    and overwrite that rule with the additional class.

    #1319207

    Hi,

    The first one is a 1/1 column. The second would be three 1/3 columns. But I have now checked the page again and now it looks exactly as I wanted it to look. I do not know if the team of Kriesi was active here, or if it was due to the cache. I have actually cleared the cache (WP as well as browser)… Well, it runs now as I wanted it so it does not matter for the moment.

    I thank you anyway for your feedback and effort. Thanks also for the CSS tip. That is good to know.
    From my point of view this thread can be closed.

    #1319287

    Hi,

    Glad to know that it now runs or looks exactly as expected. Thanks to @Guenni007. Please do not hesitate to open a different thread if you need anything else.

    Have a nice day.

    Best regards,
    Ismael

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