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I’d like to use the color section/gravity form (that has the “get-it” button and name/email fields) I’ve created on this page – http://godiaperfree.com/6289-2/ – on most pages on this website, in slightly different positions but always in a color section and always below the first image or the menu of the page I’m on. However, I’m having a difficult time getting the padding right. Ideally it would be tall enough to fit the gravity form and submit button with maybe a 20px padding above and below, an equal padding top and bottom. I can not get either configured correctly.
How best do I change this *without* changing the height of the color sections sitewide? My experimentation with the Quick CSS has resulted in changing all color sections on the whole site, but I only wish to change this one, on every page it is manually added, each time I add one.
Color sections have the ability to get assigned an ID so you can target that specific place, you can find it at the bottom of the color section ( once you open that up ). *For Developers: Section ID*
You can name it however you like, and afterwards apply your custom height or padding to it, using custom css on the options panel.
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