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  • Resolved youngmathias


    I’m trying to get rid of the letter spacing in my nav bar list items on my site.

    From the dashboard I went to appearance > customize, and within the editor I was able to change some text stylings within header > nav style. There is limited control here because I can only change what there is a slider for, and there isn’t one for letter spacing. In chrome I right click, inspect what is styling it and it’s showing that it’s “.fl-row-content-wrap”. I confirm this is indeed what’s affecting it by changing the letter-spacing command within inspector from 0.2em to 0em and it has the desired effect.

    The only css sheet for the site available to edit I can find is within the same ‘customize’ menu under ‘additional CSS’, but nothing I put in there seems to have any effect on anything at all (I’ve tried in the past with no success). Anyways, I still try to put it in:

    .fl-row-content-wrap {
    letter-spacing: 0em;

    …and to no surprise, it doesn’t work. I assume something is overriding it but I don’t know where/what it is and how to fix it because I don’t know of any other places to customize css from within the wordpress dashboard. I’ve read something about clearing caches being a fix for the ‘Additional CSS’ not doing anything, but I don’t know what a cache is, where to locate it, or how to clear it.

    Also, I’m not sure if this is relevant to my problem or not: I might be using a theme? I didn’t start the site and I don’t know how to tell.

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