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Custom CSS Classes for colums

I'm trying to change the padding for images from the default 40px to 0px. I have manged to input the follwing code in the customm CSS 
.column, .columns {float: left;margin: 0px 1% 0px;} to achive the desired results , but this affects all columns not just images. Is there a work-around to this?


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  • this is how the page is load on default settings . As you can see the margin is set quite high.   by entering the following css code in the theme layout option int gives the following results The problem here is that the margins for the Other columns get reduced.  I have tried entering thee css code in the page option --->  Custom CSS classes but it doesn't do anything.  Any help in reducing the padding for the images while keeping it for the list will be appreciated. 
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