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  1. Hi!

    In my latest post which says tutorials for wall sticker frame,if you see in between each para of that post there is a lot of space in between each para,how can I change the spacing issue?

    The blog I need help with is letstrycreating.com.

  2. In my latest post which says tutorials for wall sticker frame

    It helps very much to include a link. Here it is for reference:
    http://letstrycreating.com/2013/07/08/ltc-wall-sticker-frame/

    if you see in between each para of that post there is a lot of space in between each para,how can I change the spacing issue?

    I think you mean the space between lines inside paragraphs. You can adjust that with the "line-height" value in CSS like this:

    .entry-content, .entry-summary {
    	line-height: 1.4em;
    }
  3. @Sheri: I think she means the space below each image here:
    http://letstrycreating.com/tutorials/

    @hobnobnoor: That space is due to the extra paragraph breaks you entered. That's not the way to do what you're looking for. Switch the editor to Text, remove all the extra blank lines, and paste this after each image/text pair:
    <div style="clear: both;"></div>

  4. @design simply : firstly apologies I am still a new born in word press learning to take my baby steps with the support of fantastic support staff here,and still learning to link things! your answer was not what I was looking for but I used your reply an added it to my CSS for good so a Big Thank You!

    @justpi : thank you that's exactly what I meant,sometimes I am very bad in framing questions.However can you please tell me do I have to paste the above command on every image posting in future?

  5. do I have to paste the above command on every image posting in future?

    Based on how http://letstrycreating.com/tutorials/ is setup, a simpler solution in your case might just be to set the image alignment to "none" for image where you don't want wrapping to occur. This will work for any image where you want the image to be on its own separate line.

    To change the alignment for an image, open your post for editing, click the image in the visual editor, click the "Edit Image" icon that appears at the top left, select "None" for Alignment, click Update, and save changes.

  6. @hobnobnoor: The code I suggested stops the wrap-around effect of left- or right-aligned elements. So you don't use it "on every image posting", you use it in cases like the one you asked about: when you want some content side-by-side with an image but the rest of the content below the image.

  7. Got it! Thank You guys !

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