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Working with padding

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You can apply padding in any main cell or email signature row. This can be useful to correct the alignment of the signature with the email content or border.

Running out of time? See the video tutorial at the end.

The padding CSS property sets the padding area on all four sides of an element. [1]

Padding is configured by clicking on the editor button.

Padding in the email signature

In our example below, we can see that the current padding is 0 pixels, and a 10 pixel right-left padding is added.

10-pixel wide padding

You can change these values to define your own settings.

  • In the signature main cell, it is possible to apply only on the sides – right-left (like the example above).
  • For the cell content and rows, you can apply padding at the top and bottom.

Padding on content row

In this example, it is possible to observe that we are selecting the New York city row, and applying padding of 5px at the top and bottom. The right and left area a value with 0px;

Padding in email signature cell

Video tutorial

In this video, we are changing the email signature padding to 0 pixels, and at the end, adding 4 pixels to the cell row.

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Updated on 10 de January de 2022

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