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  • Hi together,

    little Bug with the 2.01 update:

    The space between <header class=”entry-header”>
    <h1 class=”title-post entry-title”

    and the first content box grew quite a bit with the last Theme-update.

    I use the siteorigin “pagebuilder” which is in fact more an editor than a pagebuilder. “Margin around the widget is 0 0 0 and 0 px”, so it goes for maximum size that is allowed by the theme
    Also in the row settings, top margin is set to 0. So I guess that the “problem” with the widget-margin might come from sydney.

    And it clearly is connected with the update, because I got some testing-environment with the 2.0 Theme-Version and the 2.01

    Is this known and will there be a fix? best regards!

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  • Thread Starter thalakus


    I’ve set up a new environment today on local to test the affect of some other setting
    But here it’s the same. If I use the SiteOrigin Page builder for the text, it’s shown anyway with a way larger distance than with Sydney 2.0

    Do you need further info?
    Best regards!!

    Hi @thalakus,

    I am sorry for the delay in response.

    For direct checking may be required, can you provide a link to your page where the issue appears on?


    Thread Starter thalakus


    Hi Kharis,
    yes, basically it occurs on all sydney pages that use siteorigin.

    You find it for example here:

    Hi @thalakus,

    The latest version of Sydney has more top margin on heading elements. I can confirm that it is not a bug. But it is added for design refreshment purpose.

    You can use this CSS code to override top margin on headings added with page builder:

    .entry-content .so-widget-sow-editor h1, .entry-content .so-widget-sow-editor h2, .entry-content .so-widget-sow-editor h3, .entry-content .so-widget-sow-editor h4, .entry-content .so-widget-sow-editor h5, .entry-content .so-widget-sow-editor h6 {
       margin-top: -20px !important;

    Add it to Appearance > Customize > Additional CSS from dashboard.


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