Adds a spacer button to the WYSIWYG visual editor which allows you to add precise custom spacing between lines in your posts and pages.
|Author:||Justin Saad (profile at wordpress.org)|
|WordPress version required:||3.5|
|WordPress version tested:||5.0|
|Added to WordPress repository:||28-04-2013|
|Total downloads:||598 536|
|Active installs:||80 000+|
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In version 3, you can create fancy dividers to help organize your texts. These are helpful for breaking up paragraphs, chapters, distinct thoughts, etc
Give your spacers descriptive names (like gray divider) to remember them later. Use the live preview tool to help as you build.
Create an arsenal of spacers and sectional breaks to have at your disposal as you lay out your pages.
When writing your posts and pages, you can choose which Spacer you want to add via the Spacer button.
Setting the spacer height
Spacer height: 35px
Spacer height: -35px
Why shouldn’t I just press enter for new lines?
Every time you press Enter or Shift-Enter you will get line breaks that are a certain specific height. Some times you want control over the exact amount of space between lines.
How do I hide spacer on mobile screens?
Settings > Spacer > Default Spacer Height On Mobile > Set this to 0
How do I add a spacer to a page/post?
Press the spacer button in WYSIWYG visual editor, then choose which spacer you want to add (see screenshot). This will add a shortcode [spacer height=”20px”]. If you choose a custom Spacer, it will add something like [spacer height=”40px” id=”19″]
How do I manually set the spacer height on individual spacers?
After you add a spacer via the spacer button in WYSIWYG visual editor, you can change the height in the shortcode. For example, let’s say you start off with the shortcode [spacer height=”20px”]. Change 20px to whatever your desired line spacing is. For example, [spacer height=”30px”] will give you 30 pixels of extra line spacing. If you use negative values the following content will be shifted upwards.
How do I manually edit the height, mobile height, classes, and inline style on individual spacers?
Here’s an example of how you could apply this:
[spacer height="30px" mheight="0px" class="myspacer" style="background-color:red;"]
How do I create additional Spacers
Settings > Spacer > Add Spacers (top tab) > New Spacer
How do I give my Spacer a background color?
Try adding something like
background:gray; to the Spacer’s Style setting.
I’m trying to create a divider, but the space above the divider is much more than the space below it. What can I do?
margin-bottom: 25px; to the Spacer’s Style setting.
- Adds compatibility with Draft It! add-on
- WP tested up to version 4.6.1
- Adds a suggestion box! (Settings > Spacer > Suggestion Box [top tabs])
- Adds compatibility with Panels add-on
- WP tested up to version 4.5.2
- Adds compatibility with Line-On-Sides Headers add-on
- WP tested up to version 4.5
- Fixed Spacer button bug, which prevented some users from seeing the dropdown list via the Spacer button
- Added compatibility with Beaver Page Builder’s wysiswyg UI
- Fixed lack of trash icon in WP version 3.8.
- Added live preview tool for Visual Artist
- You can now create an arsenal of additional spacers and sectional breaks to have at your disposal as you lay out your pages.
- Give your new Spacers names and save them for later.
- Use the new live preview tool to help visualize the Spacer as you build it.
- When writing your posts and pages, you can choose which Spacer you want to add via the Spacer button.
- Added dividers on settings page to group the config options logically.
- Text internationalized so the plugin can easily by translated into other languages.
- Added translations for Spanish and Chinese.
- Resolved ‘dismiss notice’ bug for users without access
- Shortcode changed to use actual number (eg: [spacer height=”20px”]), which will be easier to edit as you work
- ‘Dismiss notice’ link changed to red to make it more visible.
- Added compatibility with Beaver Page Builder’s wysiswyg UI.
- Feature added: Choose to hide spacer on mobile devices, or choose a different spacer height for mobile.
- Feature added: Manually edit mobile height, custom classes, and inline style for individual spacer elements.
- Premium users: Speed up your workflow by setting a default height for your spacer. You can also set defaults for your spacer’s custom classes and inline style.
- Initial version