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I’m creating a custom header using a section and don’t need the default 75px top


I’m creating a custom header using a section and don’t need the default 75px top and bottom padding. Adding a class to it with 0px padding all around shows on the back end but not the front end.

Any tips on how to address my class being overshadowed by the grayed out defaults?

PS I’m experimenting and noticing that if I set 0px top and 0px bottom the default 75px padding takes over on my custom class (p-0). However, if I make it 1px top and 1px bottom, it works.




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2 Comments
  1. Jamie Owens says

    You can override the padding by adding a value in the padding field of the section. No class is needed.

  2. Paul Richards Phobz says

    set your global paddings to none where you pick rem, px etc. no value and your classes will overwrite.

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