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AaronMTM
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Where is this coming from and, more importantly, how do I prevent it from changing the design of our landing pages?hubspot.jpg

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Gonzalo
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Hi @AaronMTM,

 

If I am right, I think that this style is added when you customize the style of a block inside the content editor.

 

To remove that you need to follow the next steps:
edit-module-styles

And click "Clear all styles".

 

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John
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If @Gonzalo's solution didn't work and you just can't find it, as a last resort use a parent class with the id of the widget and write a new line of css to correct it. 

 

example:

body.parentClass #yourWidgetID { margin-left: unset !important; display: unset !important }

This will override it.



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John
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If @Gonzalo's solution didn't work and you just can't find it, as a last resort use a parent class with the id of the widget and write a new line of css to correct it. 

 

example:

body.parentClass #yourWidgetID { margin-left: unset !important; display: unset !important }

This will override it.



I like kudos almost as much as cake – a close second.

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AaronMTM
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Hi John,

 

Thanks for the response. I did a CSS fix before posting the question. I am extremely anti-workaround and hoped to resolve this so as not to trip someone else up in the future. 

 

Take care,

 

Aaron

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Gonzalo
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Hi @AaronMTM,

 

If I am right, I think that this style is added when you customize the style of a block inside the content editor.

 

To remove that you need to follow the next steps:
edit-module-styles

And click "Clear all styles".

 

Extra info

If this answer helps you to solve your questions please mark it as a solution.

Thank you,


Gonzalo Torreras

HubSpot freelance developer

hola@gonzalotorreras.com
www.gonzalotorreras.com
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AaronMTM
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Hi Gonzalo,

 

Thank you so much for taking the time to reply. I didn't see any styles in that part of the editor but we'll go through each element and click "clear" just to confirm. 

 

Take care,

 

Aaron

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