items-more div class - space between items - joomla blog layout

scullygirl818
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scullygirl818 posted this 01 August 2019

I found on this forum a way to change the background with an override, but I can't seem to change the spacing. The list of articles at the bottom have too much space in between them. I assume I under home>settings>additional css is where it should go. I typed this:

.items-more {

line-height: 1.25;

}

and nothing changes. I also tried adding "em" after the number. Am I in the wrong place?

I found on this forum a way to change the background with an override, but I can't seem to change the spacing. The list of articles at the bottom have too much space in between them. I assume I under home>settings>additional css is where it should go. I typed this: .items-more { line-height: 1.25; } and nothing changes. I also tried adding "em" after the number. Am I in the wrong place?
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Support Team
Support Team posted this 02 August 2019

Hello Louise,

You can try adding !important:

.items-more {
line-height: 1.25!important;
}

If it doesn't work, please, provide the link to your site.

Gina
Themler support

Hello Louise, You can try adding !important: .items-more { line-height: 1.25!important; } If it doesn't work, please, provide the link to your site. Gina Themler support
scullygirl818
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scullygirl818 posted this 02 August 2019

Nope, didn't work. What confuses me is why it's even styled different if I didn't change the component css or anything.

Anyway, this is the template (artisteer) I'm trying to recreate in Themler:
original

This is the version using Themler that has extra space between them I don't want:
Themler

(the more articles links at the bottom)

Oh and it's Jamie. I guess I had the name because that was probably the credit card I used, but now I knew to change my profile lol.

Nope, didn't work. What confuses me is why it's even styled different if I didn't change the component css or anything. Anyway, this is the template (artisteer) I'm trying to recreate in Themler: [original][1] This is the version using Themler that has extra space between them I don't want: [Themler][2] (the more articles links at the bottom) [1]: http://scifivision.com [2]: http://thejfiles.com/scifivision2019 Oh and it's Jamie. I guess I had the name because that was probably the credit card I used, but now I knew to change my profile lol.

Last edited 02 August 2019 by scullygirl818

scullygirl818
12 Posts
scullygirl818 posted this 02 August 2019

If it's important to you that I'm running the newest version of Joomla (since people on the official joomla forum don't want to help unless it is which is annoying), I have another install of the template I know the slider on the top is not working, but that's another issue that I made a separate post about. This spacing problem was happening before I added it, so it's not relevant to this issue.

If it's important to you that I'm running the newest version of Joomla (since people on the official joomla forum don't want to help unless it is which is annoying), I have [another install of the template][1] I know the slider on the top is not working, but that's another issue that I made a separate post about. This spacing problem was happening before I added it, so it's not relevant to this issue. [1]: http://thejfiles.com/scifivision2019x
scullygirl818
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scullygirl818 posted this 02 August 2019

I found my answer on another forum, but I hate when I'm searching something and that is what the poster says without explaining. If anyone has this issue, this is what I added:

.items-more li a {
line-height: 1.5em;
padding: unset;
}

I found my answer on another forum, but I hate when I'm searching something and that is what the poster says without explaining. If anyone has this issue, this is what I added: .items-more li a { line-height: 1.5em; padding: unset; }
Support Team
Support Team posted this 05 August 2019

Jamie,
I apologize for the delay.

You have found correct code. I am sorry for being late.

Gina
Themler Support

Jamie, I apologize for the delay. You have found correct code. I am sorry for being late. Gina Themler Support
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