[Resolved] Problem with space between containers.

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  • #196882
    Raul

    Hi!

    Even if you change the settings in the addon, still it is happening.
    Not only in mansory, also in columns or listed.

    Sample: http://pre.thermorecetascocina.es/navidad/

    #196907
    Jamal

    Try this css

    .masonry-post .inside-article{
        margin: 0px;
    }

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    #196911
    Raul

    Works partialy, with
    .masonry-post .inside-article{
    margin: 15px;
    }

    Looks nice, but It’s strange not work with addon…

    Let’s see if Tom has any ideas to try.

    Thank you!!!

    #196913
    Jamal

    You seem to have changed some other things i dont know what exactly. Removing that css completely should work for you now i think.

    Tom will fix it for you if that doesnt work. Sorry couldnt been of more help.

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    #196945
    Raul

    Located the cause, the plugin Easy Recipe Plus, apparently overrides the CSS.

    What I can do?

    Thank you!

    #196967
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    So when you disable Easy Recipe Plus, there’s spacing below the masonry items again?

    #197000
    Raul

    Yes, works fine

    #197114
    Raul

    I have tried to locate all css in Easy Recipe plugin, but there is nothing … must be some function.

    I will temporarily use the CSS that put Jamal, the Easy Recipe is essential in my case.

    Regards!

    #197119
    Jamal

    Some more info that can be helpful to locate the problem:

    Reducing body line-height or font size brings back the space below the masonary blocks with no need to add custom margin.

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    #197122
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    You might just have to use that CSS for masonry to be compatible with the plugin. I’m not sure what they’re doing but something in their code is throwing off masonry’s calculations.

    #197150
    Raul

    Does not work, I see clear it is that is not a css 🙁

    Thanks

    #197153
    Raul

    Tom
    You might just have to use that CSS for masonry to be compatible with the plugin. I’m not sure what they’re doing but something in their code is throwing off masonry’s calculations.

    I see you also have to apply the CSS to other elements, such as a post comments and to separate widgets.

    I’ve adjust in this way.

    Thank you!

    #197271
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer
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