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This is a really annoying quirk but I came up with a SUPER convoluted way to solve this on a client site here: https://www.ashgrovecap.com/our-portfolio

First thing you want to do is put your title in the description of your list item and make it italic.

Then add this to your custom CSS:

// Headers in list section //

section[data-section-id="YOUR-ID-HERE"] {
  h2 {
    display: none;
  }
  em {
    font-size: 1.5rem;
    font-style: normal !important;
  }
  strong em {
    opacity: 0 !important
  }
}

So what this does is allows you to insert an 'invisible' word long enough into the title which gives us our space at the bottom.

In your case, it would be adding the word '1234' (or something similarly long) after '+', highlighting 'placeholder' and making it bold. This will hide it and make your title span two lines.

FYI, there may be an easier way to do it but at least this works!

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