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Space Below Footer Area


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On my website there's space below the footer area. Here's what I know about the space:

1) it is 20px high

2) it appears on every page, regardless of page template, content height, or enabled features

3) it displays the page background color, but does not display the repeating background image

4) if the PageLines Leaf icon (#cred) is displayed (which I have turned off), it enlarges this area, and the leaf appears centered within.

 

What I would like to do is eliminate this space, so that my footer (and beside the footer, my background image) form the lowest edge of the page. A picture of this nefarious space is included for reference:

 

Below-Footer-Space.jpg

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Hi, There isn't space at your footer, the issue you have is you have no content in your footer all your content appears to be in your page template area. I recommend you add some content to your footer. This is why the space is removed when the cred is active. http://cl.ly/image/3u2K3r2P0g3f

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Thank you for identifying the space - that helps a lot.
 
I guess the next question is, how do I make the footer completely disappear? I prefer the typical footer information to appear in the universal sidebar I (had forgotten that I) was using, so that the repeating background image extends to the bottom of the page, even in the footer section. I tried "#footer {display: none}" but that didn't seem to do the trick.

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Fair enough - I ended up having the page background image repeat in the footer space as well.

 

Thanks.

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