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Site URL: https://apricot-coconut-mf38.squarespace.com/

I have two different text blocks, each with different fonts (Heading 3 and Paragraph 1) on top of each other. I want to reduce the padding between the top of the paragraph ("Levin-Morris") and the bottom of the headline ("Cecconi's"). How do I do this? image.thumb.png.862cf57c4ae9d39df8660b215dde7bb5.png

password: architect

This is in the Projects section of the site.

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On 4/14/2022 at 4:48 AM, Digorg said:

Site URL: https://apricot-coconut-mf38.squarespace.com/

I have two different text blocks, each with different fonts (Heading 3 and Paragraph 1) on top of each other. I want to reduce the padding between the top of the paragraph ("Levin-Morris") and the bottom of the headline ("Cecconi's"). How do I do this? image.thumb.png.862cf57c4ae9d39df8660b215dde7bb5.png

password: architect

This is in the Projects section of the site.

Try

#block-yui_3_17_2_1_1649732750450_1786 h3 {
  line-height: 1;
}

Let me know how it works on your site

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