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  1. Thanks soooooo much, exactly what I wanted! you rock, have a beautiful day!
  2. Basically the text line height should be really close together on the title, just as it is in the body. For example other places on my website when I type in pharagraph 3 text and it reaches the text box constraint, the text makes a second line with a very small gap between.
  3. Hi Ziggy, thanks for the help! So on a desktop the titles on the accordion look fine because the titles are short enough that they don't make a second line. And yes the body text in the accordion looks great both on desktop and mobile. But if you look at the website on a mobile (or was the case when I previously had longer titles on a desktop because the longer title caused there to be 2 lines of title text), then the multiple lines on the title text are huge distances! It looks like there is a paragraph space between each line even though it is a continuous line of text. Look on a mobile, it looks terrible and huge. Thanks!
  4. Is there a CSS code that would adjust the line height on the accordion block? On my website, I have added an accordion to my FAQ page. It is exactly the thing I need on this page (I can't think of anyway to make this myself, all things I make myself would always open a link in a new window or page, I want this accordion feature). The issue is that the line height is way too big, I don't understand why this is the case, nowhere else when typing text where there are more than one line is the line height so large. It doesn't really show up on most desktop screens as the titles are not so long, but it really looks bad on a mobile view. Is there a CSS code that would adjust the line height on the accordion block?
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