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studentkrubb

I disabled and removed the script, but no seem difference. Can I go by it anyway else? Thanks!

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studentkrubb

Still seem impossible to figure this out. Any more ideas? Much appreciated!

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bryan-hadaway

The issue might be: ` #footer { display: none; } ` You instead might want to remove the footer in the Template Setup. Thanks, Bryan

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studentkrubb

Thanks Bryan, your tip got me on the right track! When #cred is enabled it marks up the entire bottom area, but when it is hidden by

{display:none;}

it leaves a non-traceable part behind. I managed a temporary solution adding the canvas bg + shading to the #cred div. Any input? Thanks!

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studentkrubb

Any ideas on how I can remove the what I can see, non-traceable bottom area? It is really bugging me now when i'm trying to place my footer.

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catrina

I'm quite sure you're talking about the light grey area above the green area. Here's CSS for getting rid of it:

#footer div.container {display: none;}


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Designer | Catrina Dulay

Founder | Catrina and Mouse

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studentkrubb

Thanks! However the div id #cred still remains, and if I remove it it leaves an untraceable markup below the page-canvas(?) Any ideas on that part? The new live link is: http://studentkrubb.se

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Kate

Hey Joakim, Just checked this out (in FF) and not seeing the issue. Did you get it resolved?

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studentkrubb

Hey Kate, the issue is still there but it is disguised. I've matched the bg of the page-canvas with the #cred. My problem now is that if I want to make a footer (similar to the header layout) I have to find a way to remove the #cred without leaving a markup. Classic display:none won't work. Nor removing the area from the footer.php. What should I do? Thanks!

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Kate

Display:none leaves a space, correct? Have you checked the "height" settings of the parent element... It's possible it's not actually the #cred div.

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