AppDrag Support Center

Position, Margin & Padding

All AppDrag elements positions are relative to each others and stacked vertically.

To position them accurately you need to understand how Margin and Padding work.

Margin is the outer space of the element. If we define a top margin of 10px, it means there will be a space between the element on top and this element of 10px.

Padding is the inner space of the element. If we define a top padding of 10px, it means there will be a space inside my element between my border and the content of the element of 10px on the top.

You can change the padding very easily. Hover an element and then 4 square buttons will appear on the 4 directions of your element. Drag and set the desired padding.

In order to change the margin visually you can click on the element and press the arrow keys. If you press Shift Key during this operation, margin will increase per 10 instead of 1.


You can also assign Margin and Padding from the brush of the element.


Margin and Padding are highlighted when needed

Other articles

Need More Help?

FAQ

If we've been asked before, it's in our Frequently Asked Questions!

Open FAQ

CHAT

Chat directly with the AppDrag team!

Open WebChat

Certified Partners

Not enough time to build your site? Find a Certified Partner to help you!

More Info