You can add space to the top or bottom of the content area. There are two small input boxes, adjacent to each other. The first one is for entering the top padding and the next for bottom padding.
You can enter any value from 0 to 300; these values are automatically considered in pixels.
The third small button is with a “chain” icon. It lets you link top and bottom values together. So if you want to keep the same values for both top and bottom content padding. You can click the chain button and entering any value in either box will automatically update the other box.
If you closely look near “Content Padding (px)” there’s a small circle button right next to it. It has a desktop icon. Clicking this icon would expand up to 3 icons.
You can set the content padding for desktops, tablets, and smartphones separately.
- The first icon lets you set the content padding for viewers using desktops.
- The second icon is for setting the content padding for the tablet users.
- The third is for setting the content padding for all smartphone users.