What should be used: At the top/bottom/sides. Or On the top/bottom/sides. Which preposition is used with them? Thank you:).
I think that the bottom side of that refers to three minutes. So the question is about the phrasal verb "get in on" or "get in". Loose users of the language frequently invent new phrasal verbs by tacking prepositions onto other expressions here and there.
The speaker is making fun of articles that provide ridiculous ideas for saving time. He says that their suggestions are often very silly.
I believe you can use the phrase "Vertical padding" to analogize the meaning with respect to top and bottom. Another way to think about it is that the padding on.
Here's how to describe where something is in an area: "in the upper half" or "in the lower half" "on the left side" or "on the right side" "at the top" or "at the bottom" .