Support » Plugin: Stackable - Page Builder Gutenberg Blocks » Containers stripping header padding

  • Resolved raindance

    (@raindance)


    I have posts with multiple paragraphs and headings. If I put them in a paragraph, no problem. It looks normal, headings have the inherited spacing, paragraphs are separated properly.

    But if I take that same paragraph and put it in a container, which I want to do so it has the outline and I can easily control the width, then it all looks smushed together. The headings lose their padding, the paragraphs touch the headings.

    If I go to inspect in Chrome, it looks like it’s adding margin 0 for top and bottom for headings. If I uncheck that in Chrome inspect panel, it looks normal, but if I try adding that to additional css with margin top and bottom 20px!important nothing happens.

    Why is the Stackable container making my headings have 0 margin top and bottom? If I take it back out of the container and into classic paragraph, all is good. Back into the container, it all gets smushed together.

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  • Plugin Contributor gambitph

    (@gambitph)

    Would you be able to send us a link to your site containing the issue? We’ve been trying to replicate your issue on our end, but the problem doesn’t happen. We tried adding a Heading block and Paragraph block inside a Container block but it looks normal and it doesn’t look compressed.

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