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    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.

    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.



    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.



    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,

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