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Spacing after Headings

Community Beginner ,
Mar 02, 2020 Mar 02, 2020

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Does anyone know how to edit the spacing after the headings?

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Adobe Community Professional , May 07, 2020 May 07, 2020
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Mar 02, 2020 Mar 02, 2020

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You need to look in the CSS applied to the topics and check the space before and after styles. The two are added together to give the total space between. You may need to tweak a few times to get different combinations of styles working as you want.

 

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Apr 28, 2020 Apr 28, 2020

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I'm still not able to get it working.  Is there a support team (an actual person) who I can get ahold of to take a look at my RoboHelp?

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Apr 28, 2020 Apr 28, 2020

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We should be able to sort this out here.

 

You haven't said what you have tried so it's difficult to put you on the right track.

 

It should just be a case of opening the CSS file you are using in the CSS editor. To do that you go to Assets > CSS and double click the CSS file you are using.

 

Then in Layout make sure the margin shows all four settings and adjust the bottom margin to what you want.

 

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Let us know if that solves it for you. 

 

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May 07, 2020 May 07, 2020

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Hi Peter, I don't have the same margin fields as you do.2020-05-07_css.png

 

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Click the icon above the single field.

 

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I really feel silly for not knowing that's what the icon does.  It looks like a link icon to me.  Thanks.  I may have more questions in the future, but that has solved the big one for now!

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