[Resolved] Reduce the high to 0px between the nav menu and the content.

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  • #1368482
    Juan Antonio

    Hi, guys:

    I´ve been trying to solve this issue but couldn´t work it out myself. I want to reduce the high of the white area that is located between the grey separating space (above) and the image (below) so that there´s no gap between the nav menu and the content at all. I can do it when editing with elementor. However, when using gutenberg I don´t know how to get rid of that padding or whatever it is. I do know how to customize the hight of the separating space, though

    I´m using GP premium v. 1.10

    Thanks a lot!

    #1368757
    Leo
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Hi there,

    I’m not seeing any space between the navigation and the full width Gutenberg block.

    Have you solved this?

    Also I’d highly recommend using GenerateBlocks to create a layout like that:
    https://generateblocks.com/

    You should find it way easier than the default Guteberg block 🙂

    #1368764
    Juan Antonio

    Yes, silly me. I just needed to reduce the top padding using the customize settings within gp premium. Instead I was playing with CSS. Thanks

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    Leo
    Staff
    Customer Support
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