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TOPIC: How to remove padding

How to remove padding 7 months 1 week ago #12222

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www.udyama.org/

I want to reduce the padding in the footer section. How to do that. Image is attached for reference.

And also www.udyama.org/about/mission.html in this page and also some other inner pages, images are not coming. It is taking the wrong image path. But in backend it is showing the correct path.
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How to remove padding 7 months 1 week ago #12223

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Hi,

You need to remove the class pb-7 from footer section in the layout manager. There is a small video explaining how the spacers work and everyting:


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How to remove padding 7 months 1 week ago #12224

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Ok, thanks.

But what about the second issue. About the images in the inner pages.
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How to remove padding 7 months 1 week ago #12225

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I am investigating that, back to you shortly.

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How to remove padding 7 months 1 week ago #12305

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Hello,

Add the forward slash (/) before the images.

without forward slash
images/animated_arrow.gif


with forward slash
/images/animated_arrow.gif

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How to remove padding 7 months 1 week ago #12469

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This did not work. And also the banner images are not coming. Please check it properly.
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How to remove padding 7 months 1 week ago #12473

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Hello,

I checked the banner image and it's working fine on main and sub pages on our end test.tmpsite.co/astroid20/pages/typography. However, I may know what the issue is.

Can you please overwrite your file at
JOOMLAROOT/libraries/astroid/framework/elements/banner/banner.php
with gist.github.com/chetanmadaan/8660b4c7643f809a76b8c2d0a21fd049

Let me know if this works?

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How to remove padding 7 months 6 days ago #12503

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Thanks a lot, now the banner images are coming.
But the images in the inner articles are coming. Please kindly consider.
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How to remove padding 7 months 6 days ago #12518

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Hello,

The inner article images are something you have inserted into the content and is incorrect. You must correct it there.

add / before the image path in your table and that'll fix it.

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