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Order confirmation — Line-height problem

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

Hi,

I have a problem with the line-height of the text showing up after a purchase, telling the buyer about the download of the digital products the've purchased. See attached images.  

The big bold text is H3 and I have removed custom CSS for that before taking these screenshots. I can adjust the line-height of the H3 with custom CSS, but I don't know how to change the line-height of the linked zip-files shown beneath, that the customers are supposed to click on — without also changing the line-height of all other links on the page. Is there anyone here who knows how to solve this problem?

 

In the screenshots — it's a purchase of two files — but they are shown on top of each other. So the line-height is very off.

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From the screenshots, it appears that your 'Heading 3' line height is set to 0.5em, when it should ideally be at least 1.3em.

To check/change this:

  1. Open a page that contains a heading formatted as h3. If you don't have one, create a page temporarily and add a Heading 3.
  2. Open the Site Styles panel.
  3. Find Heading 3 setting, and change the line height. 
  4. Save the settings.
  5. Re-check your purchase notifications.

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