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  • Plugin Author simonpedge

    (@simonpedge)

    Well I use the standard WordPress Visual editor within Slide Anything to edit slides, so the WP editor functionality and design is ‘outside’ the realm of Slide Anything.

    But you do seem to have a lot of extra buttons in your toolbar – this is what I see:
    https://i.imgur.com/a1iV5KZ.png
    (so everything after the ‘?’ in a solid circle is extra / non-standard)

    It looks like you have some plugins installed which add the extra editor icons. You can hide additional toolbars by pressing the ‘Toggle Toolbar’ button.

    Also, the line height of your taxonomy/fonts (h1 to h6, p, li etc) are all set by your theme – have a look under ‘Appearance -> Customize’ to change this.

    Thread Starter alinash1

    (@alinash1)

    YES, I use a plugin to have more features in the editor.
    in other cases, it is possible to reduce the distance between the lines.
    In this slider plugin, the button to reduce the distance does not work.

    can you tell me how to reduce the distance between the lines in this slider?

    I know that there is a function css line-height: 0.8em;
    but where to put this code?

    maybe you can insert the html code html line-height: 0.9em;?
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    Plugin Author simonpedge

    (@simonpedge)

    Well if you switch the slide editor to TEXT mode (not VISUAL), you can put inline-style within your HTML lines, so you could have:

    <h3 style='line-height:20px;'Heading 3 Text></h3>
    <p style='line-height:20px;'Paragraph Text></p>
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