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I need your help again.
In an album I made in the site, the description of two images were too long, so when the pictures were displayed, the description of both images were too close to each other, So ..

1 - How could I make spacing between them ?
2 - How could I set the text-align to Justified for the description ?

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Hi there,

It depends on how you want to do it.You can simply add a break element <br /> to the code, or wrap your elements in a div with some CSS class applied.

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I just need to make a spacing about 10px between the descriptions, how could I simply make it ?

Without a break or even making <div> tags,
Because I'm just confused where to put this 10px in the code .. ?
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Hi there,

Show me the code you have right now, explain where and how you want the whitespace to appear, and I can tell you where to put what code.

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Actually Imar, I managed to do something close to this spacing.
So you could consider it solved.
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Would you consider sharing how you fixed it? Might help future visitors to this site.

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