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lildarkartz

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  1. Hello, I cant seem to get the upper adjustment space in the form block in two places no matter what I try. I have tried both menu adjustments and custom CSS and the other parts of the form block work and look good the top spacing will not change. any help or advise would be great. I'm attaching a picture of the space I'm talking about.

    spacing.jpg

  2. 8 hours ago, joseph81 said:
    [data-section-id="62de090fc805f821822a077b"] .ProductItem-details-excerpt {
    	color: var(--tweak-product-basic-item-title-color);
    }

     

    thank you for trying, that still did not work, now the top part is lighter gray and the bottom part of the words is black

  3. 29 minutes ago, joseph81 said:

    It did not work because you have h2 tags instead of h4. Try this code.

    .accordion-item {
       display: flex;
       flex-direction: column;
       h2 {
          order:1;
       }
    }

     

    oh, ok yes that work but it shoves the about done now, it there any way to make it so that does not happen? or it overlaps other things?

  4. 5 hours ago, joseph81 said:

    You can't do it from the settings but you could workaround the problem with some custom CSS.

    .accordion-item {
       display: flex;
       flex-direction: column;
       h4 {
          order:1;
       }
    }

    But then some other issues arrise, like where will the divider be when you open the accordion item and should it scroll up to the descriptions top when you open one item?

    I could not get that to work but thank you so much, maybe I was adding it wrong. 

    Here is a picture, I basically want the accordion items to go up and not make the website longer each time it is opened.

    image.jpeg.8e438d8bccb7ae0b58221b11b1a58a92.jpeg

     

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