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Selectively removing padding between Project gallery media in 7.0

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Site URL: https://john-coleman-voum.squarespace.com/landing-pages-emerson

It's been years since I've updated my portfolio so I'm a bit rusty—and I'm unfortunately I'm still running on 7.0 and can't afford to rebuild under 7.1 right now.

Anyhow, I need to remove the padding between some images within a Project gallery. The site I'm linking to is just an example. I need to reduce the vertical padding between the second and third images to 0px, but keep the padding between the first and second images as is. And I'll need to repeat this process for several other images that I will later upload.

Any help is appreciated. Thank you.

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Problem solved 🎉

I just checked Collapse Landscape Spacing in the Design options, which happens to 'magically' make the images that I need to be continuous and others not—images with a larger height dimensions have their padding intact, while images with a larger width are stacked to be seamless.

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