Support » Plugin: Gutenberg » Delete line spacing

  • kobzew


    My site is growing – and so as not to forget its contents – I made a simple site map – as a separate, visible page
    However, when adding new links, they are put by Gutenberg as separate paragraphs
    I experimented for two hours yesterday, tried to remove them
    (saved as Word, as Excel, in the Mail, tried to reduce the line spacing by Microsoft Office, deleted formatting ….) – one hell – when inserted into the Page – everything goes in separate Paragraphs with horse spacing between lines
    I even activated the Classic Editor, because before there were no problems so that the lines went like this:
    1.first line
    2. second line
    not like that
    1. first line
    (nothing here)
    2. second line

    but- i’m out of luck
    Maybe he is in conflict with something, or maybe regular errors 5.3- there is ALSO now a huge distance between the lines !!! ((((

    I found a way:
    if you select a FORMATED block
    paste copied links there
    and then translate it into a paragraph, it turns out what you need
    the text goes smoothly, the links remain, perfect, but …
    this only works if the links are short
    as soon as some link becomes long (goes beyond the block) – the text turns into a mess ((

    In general, guys, is there a NORMAL WAY to get rid of Gaps between lines? (list creation doesn’t work)

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Plugin Author Grzegorz (Greg) Ziółkowski


    Hello @kobzew,

    I don’t think there is an automated way to handle it. Themes usually add some space between Paragraph blocks and this is what you encountered as well. There are two alternative ways of approaching it to make it look the way you described:
    1. Very manual process – you could use Soft Return to prevent creating new Paragraph blocks when preparing the list of links. It’s also possible in Gutenberg.
    2. You can transform all Paragraph blocks into List block, apply a custom class name and style it with CSS.

    Can you think of a good way of solving this issue to make life easier for content creators?

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