I have an easy CSS issue, but its not responding....thinking it could be js?

Hi there,
On this page here
and here
You will see the line up of images.

I just want to space it out better so there is more padding on the bottom or top, or both....but I can't budge it...
Anyone have any ideas?
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Amanda WatsonWeb DeveloperAsked:
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Steve BinkCommented:
I think it is in the responsive scripting you have attached to these elements.  As the viewport size changes, inline style declarations are being attached to each of the parent li elements.  Setting:
.fix-portfolio .items li {padding-bottom:30px}

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seemed to do the trick, though I needed to resize the viewport at least once for it to pick up.

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Julian HansenCommented:
Having had a look at your code my first comment is that you are dealing with a typical WP javascript fruit salad. Trying to see if there is a javascript library that is not running in your page ...

Anyway, your layout is being managed by isotope - a javascript plugin that does exactly what a good responsive layout template should do for you - such as Bootstrap - which is also being used in the template.

Some forums suggest putting margins on the items - however you have already done that and it does not seem to have had any effect.

My question is this: given you are using isotope for a simple grid layout why do you not just use Bootstrap which gives you the same result but more control?
Amanda WatsonWeb DeveloperAuthor Commented:
The CSS worked, but thanks for the additional information regarding bootstrap and insight into isotope
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