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Okay, go ahead and yell at me for not upgrading my DW since CS3, but having made the jump to CC my brain is about to explode with all the changes.

Can anyone recommend a simpler way of adding vertical or horizontal space around objects - for wrapping text? My former program had a 'selection properties' layer that allowed you to choose Left or Right placement, and a V and H space slot - all on one convenient bar. Now I'm told you have to set this up through CC Designer tab.

Your advice here is greatly appreciated.

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I like the CSS modules in Bootstrap 4. As an example, if I need a space to the top of an element I add it to the class as in

<h2 class="mt-2">This is my Heading</h2>

There is of coarse no need to have Bootstrap, all you need to do is add the class to the stylesheet as in

.mt-2 {

     margin-top: 0.5em;

}

You can build your own library with frequently used properties and values.

If you are like me and do not want to re-invent the wheel, use Bootstrap 4.

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I'm in New DW CC H@##

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Okay, go ahead and yell at me for not upgrading my DW since CS3, but having made the jump to CC my brain is about to explode with all the changes.

Can anyone recommend a simpler way of adding vertical or horizontal space around objects - for wrapping text? My former program had a 'selection properties' layer that allowed you to choose Left or Right placement, and a V and H space slot - all on one convenient bar. Now I'm told you have to set this up through CC Designer tab.

Your advice here is greatly appreciated.

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Correct answer by BenPleysier | Adobe Community Professional

I like the CSS modules in Bootstrap 4. As an example, if I need a space to the top of an element I add it to the class as in

<h2 class="mt-2">This is my Heading</h2>

There is of coarse no need to have Bootstrap, all you need to do is add the class to the stylesheet as in

.mt-2 {

     margin-top: 0.5em;

}

You can build your own library with frequently used properties and values.

If you are like me and do not want to re-invent the wheel, use Bootstrap 4.

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We need to see your code.  Do you have your work online?  Can you post the URL?

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This is the old program - can't post from new one until I figure out how to create space around graphics

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Reveiw the CSS Box model -- borders, padding and margins.

CSS Box Model

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I like the CSS modules in Bootstrap 4. As an example, if I need a space to the top of an element I add it to the class as in

<h2 class="mt-2">This is my Heading</h2>

There is of coarse no need to have Bootstrap, all you need to do is add the class to the stylesheet as in

.mt-2 {

     margin-top: 0.5em;

}

You can build your own library with frequently used properties and values.

If you are like me and do not want to re-invent the wheel, use Bootstrap 4.


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Would love to use Bootstrap - I use the same framing for all graphics near text 5 vertical 10 horz. You're saying I can set this us as a regular setting - you live near Atlanta - would gladly pay to have you walk me through this by phone.

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I like the CSS modules in Bootstrap 4. As an example, if I need a space to the top of an element I add it to the class as in

This is my Heading

There is of coarse no need to have Bootstrap, all you need to do is add the class to the stylesheet as in

.mt-2 {

margin-top: 0.5em;

}

You can build your own library with frequently used properties and values.

If you are like me and do not want to re-invent the wheel, use Bootstrap 4.

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