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They should. Theres no logical reason to exclude anything from your vertical rhythm. Traditionally vertical rhythm isn't something that has been given much importance in web design (nowhere near as universally as in print design at least). Partly due to technical limitations—it's a lot harder to keep a consistent vertical rhythm with baselines and heights ...


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Bootstrap adds padding left & right to its columns. Causing the double up of spacing where columns meet. In essence the spacing is of equal size. When using the parent class of .container (rather than .contain-fluid) the columns are centred on the page, making the left right margins unnoticeable. The alternative is putting padding only left or right, ...


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I've found a possible solution: I put all the objects that should adjust their position into a blank text frame as anchored objects, and then in Anchored Object Options set their position as Custom and Relative to Spine with appropriate X and Y Offset from Page Edge. Now when the page changes left/right, the anchored objects adjust their position as ...


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In the next version 1.6, you will be able to put layers from the master pages on top of the ones in the real pages. It's already in the development version 1.5.x. For specific cases, there are workarounds to get "common elements" on top of the content of the page. I would have to know your specific task, to tell if any of them (I know of) can be useful for ...


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To adjust the gap between the spreads in InDesign you will need to navigate to Guides & Pasteboard... To navigate to this you will go to InDesign -> Preferences -> Guides & Pasteboard...: A panel will appear: Adjust the Vertical Margins: click the button OK and you should see your adjustment:



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