November 6, 2023 at 8:20 pm #3322tppwebParticipantPurchased
Is there any setting that allows us to set the padding for the content area (i.e. between the header / breadcrumb and footer)?
Had a recent project where we had tons of pages and we ended up using “empty space” widget on every single page, then realize it looked like crap on mobile (too much space), so that’s where this question came from.
Thanks :).November 7, 2023 at 1:25 pm #3327Aizaz AwanKeymaster
Thank you for providing your feedback. I appreciate your concerns and would like to offer some guidance.
In the theme settings, you have the ability to customize the padding for various elements, including the header, breadcrumbs, and footer.
To adjust the padding for the header, please follow these steps: Navigate to the Dashboard, then go to Porto, followed by Theme Options. From there, select Header and proceed to Styling. Here, you can fine-tune the header padding both from the top and the bottom to suit your preferences.
For the breadcrumbs, you can modify the padding by accessing the theme settings. Navigate to Breadcrumbs, then select Styling. Here, you can make the necessary adjustments to the padding as per your requirements.
To address the padding for the footer, please go to Porto, then Theme Settings, and finally, Footer. Under Styling, you can set the footer padding to your desired specifications.
I have included below some screenshots for your reference to ensure a clearer understanding. If you have any further questions or require additional assistance, please do not hesitate to reach out.
PThemes Team.November 7, 2023 at 3:29 pm #3330tppwebParticipantPurchased
I am familar with the padding / margin settings for those individual elements for the header, breadcrumb, and footer. I was looking to see if there is any global settings for padding / margins strictly for the content areas?November 8, 2023 at 8:52 am #3333Aizaz AwanKeymaster
I regret to inform you that the options I presented in my previous message are the only ones available in the theme. Regrettably, there are no additional features or options to discuss. I trust you understand the limitations of the theme.
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