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  • #46863
    Catherine
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    Hello,

    I am having difficulty see link below. Text appears in different format when viewing page on website (not as admin) in admin text appears below image, when i go live text starts at side of image, it is the same on a different browser. How can i fix please.

    Project News

    #46866
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    Hi Catherine,

    Kindly go to Appearance>>Theme Option>>Basic Setting>>Custom CSS Box

    Add this code there:

    .alignleft, img.alignleft{float:none !important;}

    Regards,
    Brad

    #46876
    Catherine
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    Thanks I have done as you said, about three line spaces before text and after image that are not on admin page.

    #46898
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    Hi Catherine,

    You have to remove extra spaces from the pages.

    Regards,
    Brad

    #46899
    Catherine
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    But there are not extra spaces on the admin page??? But spaces appear on online page. how can i change this please.

    #46920
    Catherine
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    Had to take that code you gave me out it moved everything and spacing was all over the place. await instructions.

    #46982
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    Hi Catherine,

    Kindly go to Pages>>Project News and edit it in text mode. You will find blank <h1></h1>
    &nbsp; there. Remove extra or blank code to remove spaces.

    Regards,
    Brad

    #47027
    Catherine
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    Thank you Brad, you have helped me understand code some more.

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    🙂

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