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Stange footer issue
I'm having an issue with a site I'm working on. The widgets in the footer area are showing up wrong on the home page, but look right on the rest of the pages. I tried deactivating plugins that might be causing the issue, but can't figure it out. Any ideas?
Page Content Disappeared when Logged In
I am having a unique problem in which our website is appearing correctly when I am logged out of DMS but when I am logged in and view the front of the site the main content area disappears. The page content still exists in the WP editor in the backend but from the front everything disappears. This happens on almost all the main pages but not on every single one which made me think it was a template problem but this is happening across several templates, not just a single one. Any thoughts on what might be causing this?
I am attaching screenshots of the same page when I am logged out versus when I am logged in. Thanks so much in advance for the help!
Footer on Posts & Category's not displaying correctly
Hello, first time posting in the forum so sorry in advance if I didn't follow a rule properly. Recently just finished building my first site using DMS2 after using PageLines for the past few years. I was able to do everything fine, but I noticed that on any Post or Category pages, the columizer in the footer in not displaying the 4 columns correctly. On all other pages it displays properly. Looking at the generated code, it appears as though one column never gets the div class "span3" which is what is causing the issue. Not sure if I just have a setting wrong somewhere, or anyone else has had this issue.
http://www.fitechllc.com/ <- Homepage with footer acting normal
http://www.fitechllc.com/media/useful-apps-for-students/ <- Example of footer not displaying properly
Thank you in advance!
Remove or reduce margin (or padding) in header
I'm building a site at:
and I followed the instructions on building a "branding" area in the header:
But, if you see the image I've attached, you'll see that there's a lot of space between the nav and the slider. Is this something I need to control with CSS in the Custom code section, or is there something else I can do that's part of the header section?
Actually, what would also be nice is if I could put a divider line there... like an orange or a light gray.
I saw this website build with PageLines DMS:
I want to have a header that's VERY similar. However, with the fixed area, I'm struggling with how to do that.
I want to have a "super menu" under one of the tabs, and drop downs for others, a larger logo to the left like this, a search all the way to the right, and a call-to-action at the top like we see with "Donate" (I want "Request a Quote").
What area (fixed or header) is best to use for this, and, within that area, what are the best sections to place?