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Remove bottom padding/margin from the Breadcrumb stack

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Some stacks in UIkit3 "hardcode" a 20px margin to the bottom of the component, sometimes this can't be removed by the usual uk-margin-remove class.

In the instance of the Breadcrumb stack, you can remove it with the following class...

.uk-breadcrumb {
margin: 0 0 0 0;

Remove bottom padding/margin from the Breadcrumb stack

Some stacks in UIkit3 "hardcode" a 20px margin to the bottom of the component, sometimes this can't be removed by the usual uk-margin-remove class.

In the instance of the Breadcrumb stack, you can remove it with the following class...

.uk-breadcrumb {
margin: 0 0 0 0;

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