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    1957Goldtop
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    I have a Squarespace website and one of the things I’d like to modify isn’t customizable in their template editor. I’d like there to be no spaces between the images on the “thumbnail” page (link below). I can add custom CSS, so I’d like to know how I can change the padding between images via CSS. Here is the site:
    http://jeffsingerphotography.com/portfolios/portraits/

    Thanks!

    #239740
    Atelierbram
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    Found a video tutorial which suggest a specific workflow in which one can change the padding between images (at 3:34 min.) in this gallery module.

    #239749
    1957Goldtop
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    Thanks for the reply.. but unfortunately that doesn’t work for the type of squarespace page I’m trying to configure. That is for a “blank page” type that you then put a “gallery” into. My page type in Squarespace is a “gallery page” and doesn’t have those controls.

    It’s something that would need to be done in CSS.

    Thanks for the help though!

    #239750
    Atelierbram
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    Glad to be of help, but what are your options really? To be honest, I think it will be easier to start all over with a “blank page” … as you described (annoying to say the least, I do understand) , then trying to manipulate the CSS after the fact, because here it is inserted inline into the page with javascript (by the gallery module). It’s not really possible either, all absolute positioned wrapper div‘s which values for position change “on the fly” when the viewport width is changed. Anyway, good luck with this.

    #239762
    1957Goldtop
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    Thanks for the advice… I guess if it’s not something that’s easily done with a line or two of CSS then I’ll just live with it the way it is. It’s not esthetically a big enough gain to go through the hassle of rebuilding my galleries.

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