Why are my margins different after publishing?

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I have noticed this a few times now.....after setting up some pictures for my landing page and setting margins, they show up completely different after I publish.

Am I doing something wrong, has anyone else experienced this?

Thanks,

Chris
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chrisdhassan

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Posted 6 years ago

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Hi Chris,

May I ask if this is the page margins or the image margins? Also may help if we can visualise the issue and look at the code if you have published the site?
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Hello Chris

Did you preview your changes before you re-published your site? Does the preview look different from the live site? Please note that the Sitebuilder view will not necessarily reflect the real look of your site. This can only be seen in Preview or on your live site.
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Gop- The margins are in regards to image margins. The site is published and I have adjusted to the best of my ability. The site is www.espetaculosa.com

Stefan - I did not preview the site before, now I see that feature...the preview is the same as the live site, but different from the Sitebuilder view. Its unfortunate that the Sitebuilder view is different from the other views....doesnt really make much sense....
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Hello Chris

The Sitebuilder View is necessarily different from Preview and Live because it displays the working view of your website with the Yola Widgets, i.e. the Widget frames, the lines of the Column Divider Widget, lines of the layout, all of which you need to see in a working view in order to be able to arrange and move your page elements, but you don't want to see on your live site. This is why you should constantly preview your site to control spacing, text wrapping, etc.