Blog post padding between post and header/footer

Hi there,

I’m looking to find out how to fix the large space between the header/footer and my post at https://www.centralavenuehomes.com.au/cah-new-logo-website/ so they are the same as the other pages of the website. The row/widget padding is set the same on the post as it is on the webpages but there is considerably more white blank space on the post and sidebar. I would like it to be identical to the other main pages.

Kind regards,

Hello there,

Please go to Appearance > Customize > General > set 0 in the provided two options.

Regards,
Kharis

Thanks for the reasonably quick reply Kharis. That worked to a certain extent but It’s still a fair way off what the other pages are. Can you have a look at the two pages here https://www.centralavenuehomes.com.au/blog/insights/ & https://www.centralavenuehomes.com.au/cah-new-logo-website/ and compare them to the page I want them to look like here https://www.centralavenuehomes.com.au/custom-designed-homes/

Kind regards,
Joseph

Dear Joseph,

I noticed that the padding on this page comes from row’s padding. Go edit this page. Edit the first row. Then in the “Row Styles” options, expand the Layout tab. Enter 0 in the field that says “Top/bottom padding”.

Regards,
Kharis

Thanks again Kharis, I did check that before posting up here. The row padding for all of the mentioned pages is already set to 50. Yet they are still different. Any other solutions?

Looks like I’m going to have to leave this one unresolved. Can’t find anything to help. Thanks anyway Kharis!

Kind regards,