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Jan 09, 2015 21:11 |  #1

sorry - I can't find an appropriate forum area to post this question ~ mods - move it if you think of a better place

For my website - I can't figure out how to remove a thin grey 'footer' bar on the bottom of each page

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anyone know what I should be looking or in the code? Its CSS apparently.

I've gone through the 'theme' and wherever 'footer' is mentioned (2 sections), I have not been able to either change its color or remove it.

Maybe one of you folks could look under my hood and let me know. I will give access.

Thank-you ~


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Jan 09, 2015 23:07 |  #2

This may be a clue for you:
The first time I visited your web page there was a form asking for a name (and perhaps an email) to leave a comment.
I was unable to see the gray line.
In a second visit, the form was not there, or perhaps it was collapsed, and the line was there, exactly where the form started in the first visit.


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Jan 09, 2015 23:31 |  #3

I haven't played around with the code to see if this line in the CSS affects anything else, but I believe this line of CSS is what is causing the problem you are seeing.

In the #main-wrap .container, either remove the border-bottom: line or set the border to 0px.

That will remove the line under the photos on this page. Just be warned, it may affect something else on the website, so if you make this change, check around it may be necessary for another page and may need to be added back in for that page to work right.

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Jan 10, 2015 20:53 |  #4

rpolitsr wrote in post #17374925 (external link)
This may be a clue for you:
The first time I visited your web page there was a form asking for a name (and perhaps an email) to leave a comment.
I was unable to see the gray line.
In a second visit, the form was not there, or perhaps it was collapsed, and the line was there, exactly where the form started in the first visit.


Thanks for the reply - yes, I was just playing by putting anything in the footer to see if the grey line would be visible.
The form you mention was only there briefly - it looked awful ;-)a


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Jan 10, 2015 21:19 |  #5

Thanks NOGO - I just installed Firebug and set the border to 0px as you suggested - and it made the line vanish.

But... unfortunately I have no idea how to make the change in the code on my website builder, because I cannot find it.

Will send you a PM, thank-you

Nogo wrote in post #17374952 (external link)
I haven't played around with the code to see if this line in the CSS affects anything else, but I believe this line of CSS is what is causing the problem you are seeing.

In the #main-wrap .container, either remove the border-bottom: line or set the border to 0px.

That will remove the line under the photos on this page. Just be warned, it may affect something else on the website, so if you make this change, check around it may be necessary for another page and may need to be added back in for that page to work right.

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Jan 10, 2015 22:16 as a reply to  @ Immaculens's post |  #6

Those website design programs can hide stuff quite well. I am sure there is a way to change it by the interface, but you are right, it can be quite hard to find code in them.

I got your PM. It will be Monday before I will be able to help further.


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Jan 13, 2015 15:08 |  #7

<solved> Nogo's "Firebug" code and further assistance helped me find this elusive code.

Cheers.


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