[Resolved] CSS For Default Blog Page

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  • #1513849
    Michelle

    I need CSS to add padding between masonry grid enabled columns on a default blog page (Settings>Reading>Posts Page). Do I then add the CSS to Customize>Additional CSS?

    An alternative option is to uncheck the Posts Page designation in Settings, and design this as a page using WP Show Posts Premium.

    Is the CSS option better for speed?

    #1513943
    Elvin
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Hi,

    Unless you’re adding thousands of lines of CSS codes, using the default blog page should be better for speed.

    Do I then add the CSS to Customize>Additional CSS?

    If you specifically want to target the blog post entries then yes, you’ll have to add custom CSS. πŸ™‚

    But since you only need to add padding, the code should be as short as .your-selector-here{padding:30px} and that’s basically it as opposed to adding a plugin.

    Although, WP Show Posts should be pretty fast to as it is also lightweight itself. πŸ˜€

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