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    If you go to: http://revamp.metropolitandetail.com/?page_id=992 you’ll see the spacing between the descriptions and the columns is a bit much.

    So when I edit:

    .post-entry {

    clear: both;

    padding-bottom: 75px;

    position: relative;


    from 75 to 25 it’s great, but it also edits the spacing between the blogs on my homepage: http://revamp.metropolitandetail.com/

    So I’m trying to edit the page individually, but this doesn’t seem to be working:

    .page-id-992 .page-entry {

    clear: both;

    padding-bottom: 25px;

    position: relative;




    Hi metropolitandetail,

    I think you are starting to get the hang of tweaks with css :)

    You’ll need to target the div that has the page id class like:

    #top.page-id-992 .page-entry {
    clear: both;
    padding-bottom: 25px;
    position: relative;

    Let us know if that, for some reason, doesn’t work for you!


    Yup I’m starting to get it :D

    Unfortunately your suggested code didn’t work!


    Hello metropolitandetail,

    My mistake. You had both a page-entry and post-entry in your first post and when I added the code it was for the incorrect one. The following will accurately target the padding on the POST-entry of the Boutique page.

    #top.page-id-992 .post-entry {
    padding-bottom: 25px;


    hmm, still not working!


    I don’t see it in the custom.css? You still have:

    clear: both;
    position: relative;


    oh sorry, I deleted it because I thought it wasn’t working. Turns out I was wrong! THANKS!


    edit: nevermind, I got it.



    Great, I’ll close the topic & mark it as resolved. Glad Devin could help.

    Best regards,


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