I’d like the first thumbnail image to only begin at 40% of the vertical height. That is, the whole column with thumb images, each with text underneath, should start at some distance from the top of the page.
(see screenshot of design-dummy)
I do not want to target a specific image as my client will update this thumbnail column on his own and I do not want him to have to attribute classes or delete attributions manually. So, there should be a more general solution targeting the first image in this column or to define a padding-top (?) for the whole column.
I tried to target this column or the first image in this column, but it seems that the following images then have the same distance to the preceding image. I am stuck.
Maybe there is some help? Thank you very much.
I hope i understand your problem and please correct me if i am wrong :)
The main content should start at 40% of the page's height, however because you want your client to have freedom to change picture we cannot target any one image specifically.
Here in the picture above i have targeted to whole "grid" and increased its "padding-top" from 1% to 40% using "Custom CSS & HTML"
Does this suit your needs or is it too simple a solution?
Your client can still change the images and this will continue to use the 40%
I hope this sets you in the right direction!
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