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[Resuelto] How can I manage container block margins in the block editor?

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Problem: I have set the margin around my Container block to 0, but I still see space between the blocks. How can I remove that space?

Solution: In this case, the space is added by the theme. Add a group block and place the containers in the same group, or add custom CSS to override the theme's styles.

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Última actualización por Christian Cox hace 4 años, 8 meses.

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#1388255

Christian, I have another issue with trying to remove gaps between containers/blocks in the editor. Please see video to see problem - enlace oculto

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Okay I inspected the purpose-driven-website page and I can see that this margin is applied by some CSS added in a style tag called "generate-style-inline-css". I'm not exactly sure how this CSS is generated, but I assume it's coming from GeneratePress somehow. I'm attaching a composite screenshot here showing what I mean. You can see that the margin-bottom attribute from this generate-style-inline-css style tag is being applied to the block. That has nothing to do with Toolset as far as I can tell. I checked in the Customizer and didn't see this specific style added anywhere, so I'm a bit stumped.
https://generatepress.com/forums/topic/why-does-gp-stick-a-heap-of-inline-css-in-my-header/
It might be added by the theme automatically for some reason. In that case, you could override it with custom CSS, or try grouping those 2 Container block elements together in a single group block to see if the theme's margin is still applied. I'd try that first - it's worth a shot before trying to write custom CSS overrides.

#1388283

The grouping appears to work ... though not a great long term solution. I will troubleshoot with Generatepress. Thank you for looking into the theme to identify the issue. Much appreciated! The Toolset team goes way above and beyond!

#1388287

Great, feel free to reopen if I've overlooked some Toolset responsibility for this code.

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