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How to reduce padding between photo blocks in blog pages

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Site URL: https://www.theduophotography.com

Hey, as im a photographer want to share my photos in blogs. I like the stack gallery but the problem is that i cant put two portrait images on the same raw or make any changes so i decided to add each photo separately with photo blocks as some times i want to add two portrait photos or maybe three on the same row. The issue is that with this way there is a lot of padding between photos and i find it distractive. Attached you may find a photo (by photographer Joy Zamora) to get what i mean. How can i make the padding between photo blocks in blog pages to look like this? thank you 

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1 hour ago, Fania said:

fania20 ist the password 

i have blogs in portfolio tap 

thank you

Add to Page Settings > Advanced > Header

  .image-block {
    padding: 5px !important;


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  • 2 weeks later...

Hello, sorry for interrupting you i wanted to ask you two thinks that I cannot find a solution. I want the menu on the phone to be with less padding because when someones enter my website through instagram they cant see the button unless they scroll down. There is a plenty of space after the Logo and the social media icons how can i minimize this so that everything fits ok?
And secondly im trying to find a way to add social sharing buttons on my blog pages but i cant find any solution. This is something really basic but i can’t figure out how i can do it. 

thank you in advance

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the answer if anyone else is looking is design css

Add to Home >D esign > Custom CSS
@media screen and (max-width:767px) {
.header-menu-nav-folder-content {
    flex-grow: 0;
Edited by Fania
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