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Hello, 

I'm new to the coding side of things. I'm using a third party app for a form on my site... which i added via the code block using a brief snippet of code:

<div class="powr-form-builder" id="6d3c9255_1699917006"></div><script src="https://www.powr.io/powr.js?platform=html"></script>

As you can see in the photo by default for this form there's a huge gap between the end of the form container and the section divider. Even-though i've made the code block size as small as it can be, once published it looks like the image..

Is there some code where i can amend the above to reduce the gap between that is default to the form code thus resulting in the large gap?

 

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10 hours ago, kifried said:

huge gap between the end of the form container and the section divider. Even-though i've made the code block size as small as it can be, once published it looks like the image..

This is caused by the warning message making the block taller than it needs to be when editing, therefore when you view the page and the warning message is no longer showing there is blank space. 

Add this code to your Custom CSS, save and refresh the page, then edit the block to be shorter:

// hide code block warning message
html.squarespace-damask .sqs-blockStatus, .sqs-block .removed-script {
  display: none !important;
}

 

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