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Removing top & bottom paddings on a page in order to have a revslider appearing fullscreen


I've set a section's style to "full screen" and "full width" and added a Revolution Slider.
But there's still a 60px padding at the top of the page, and 40px padding at the bottom of the page, although all paddings settings are set to 0px on that section.
Can you please advice me how can I remove these top & bottom paddings - so that the slider will occupy the entire screen at all times with no paddings at all.

Thank you.


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  • Hi,
    And thanks for getting back to me.

    I left the 'padding' field blank as you suggested - but it still didn't work.
    However, I did managed to get rid of the paddings with the following css:

    .section.full-width > .section_wrapper {
        padding-bottom: 0px !important;
        padding-top: 0px !important;

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  • Yes :)

    When I set a slider via the page's Media section ("Slider | Revolution Slider") - even though that in the internal slider settings (global and per slider) it is set to "disable on mobile", it still showing on mobile.
    Am I missing something?

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