I’m using Sidebar & Widget manager to widgetise my pages in Wordpress’s Twenty Eleven for a podcast. I am not using posts, only pages. I’m constructing a graphic menu within a horizontally aligned sidebar widget composed of a series of buttons each about 50 px square and representing a chapter of the novel I am podcasting. I’ve had some success so far and am generally pleased with the direction I’ve taken.
However… I’ll need at least two rows (each with one sidebar filling one column in an expanded content area of the page), and they display with a margin above, between, and below them that is too wide to be pleasing. Think of it as a paragraph where the line spacing is double or triple of what you want. Where can I find the code to narrow the gap between them?
Hi saviits: A week or so ago I sent an inquiry regarding the space between rows of horizontally aligned sidebars containing widgets. The attached screenshots will explain just about everything. The problem is the unsightly space between the rows. Each page of my podcast is quite small, so having such a large space looks quite unprofessional. I have been working with child-themes and CSS files, so I have some idea how to make alterations, but if I need to get into PHP files, you’ll need to be very precise about which files, exactly where to place the code, etc. Thanks for your help. Robert
I have emailed you at the gmail address and have included several screen shots that will explain everything. Unfortunately I cannot attach them here. Also, as the website is under construction, it remains ‘private’ or disabled most of the time. As the screen shots are clear, they should be sufficient.
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