Support » Plugin: amr shortcode any widget » Gap after shortcode box

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  • Plugin Author anmari

    (@anmari)

    It’ll be something to do with your theme’s css and the fact that widgets are normally in sidebars.

    Please read https://wordpress.org/plugins/amr-shortcode-any-widget/#if%20you%20have%20an%20undesired%20styling%20effect%20with%20the%20default%20settings%3A

    zabriskie73

    (@zabriskie73)

    Ok thanks for your answer.
    It seems that the text wigdet generates its own gap space… i’ll ask the question the question to text author.

    `Thanks again !

    tapiohuuhaa

    (@tapiohuuhaa)

    In general easiest way to take off gaps is to use negative top or bottom margins.

    The problem is that margins might be device width dependent. If so, you
    you should examine the CSS file. CSS-files might be extremely complex!

    [BTW. For testing CSS install Code Snippet and put there all CSS, which you are not sure, if it is final or not. Make some copies. You can yourself handle version. Own CSS can create huge quantity of CSS because every change will be saved.]

    zabriskie73

    (@zabriskie73)

    Oh thanks you so much Tapiohuuhaa !
    Working on Elementor, i feel ashamed that i didn’t think about this solution, because a negative margin solves my issue indeed !

    Thanks again !

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