This WordPress plugin adds a spacer button to the WYSIWYG visual editor which allows you to add precise custom spacing between lines in your posts and pages. Note that you can also enter negative spacing to shift the following content upwards.
NEW What are fancy dividers?
Starting in version 3, you can create an arsenal of additional spacers and fancy dividers to have at your disposal as you lay out your pages. In the picture above, you see an example of some dividers that you could create with Spacer. These visual elements help organize your texts and are helpful for breaking up paragraphs, chapters, separate thoughts, etc within your pages and posts. You have full control over the look and feel of your dividers, and you can create an unlimited amount of them. You are only limited by your creativity 🙂 The Spacers that you build can be added into your posts and pages with the spacer button in the WYSIWYG visual editor.
How do I create a fancy divider?
The two images above illustrate how to create additional spacers and dividers. Start off by going to your WordPress admin > Settings > Spacer > Add Spacers (top tab) > New Spacer. Give your new spacer a name and adjust it to your liking. If you want to give it a background color, try adding something like background:gray; to the Style setting. Use the live preview tool to help you as you build your Spacers.
How do I add a fancy divider to a page/post?
As the above image shows, you can choose which Spacer you want to add via the spacer button in the WYSIWYG visual editor. It’s a good idea to give your spacers descriptive names (such as big spacer, small gray divider, etc) to help you remember them later as you need them.
What if I don’t know CSS well, or would like an easier way to create fancy dividers?
Check out the Visual Artist premium add-on for Spacer.
Dividers are great, but sometimes you just want to create basic spacers. Basic spacers allow you to control the amount of space between lines. Simply click the spacer button in the WYSIWYG visual editor and choose “Default”.
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