I notice in some of my articles there is a huge gap with a blank space in between what I am reading and seeing. So, for instance, after a section of text, there is this gap before you come to the next image or text.
How do you close the gaps using these templates?
It is probably because extra spaces or hard returns have been accidentally added to the end of that module. Try editing the module and deleting everything after the last character of text.
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