Hi, I would be very grateful if anybody could help me out wit the following problem.
I have designed and constructed the website www.brunswickhousecafe.com using Wordpress.
At the bottom of the content bar on the left is a small margin padding which I want to remove, but cant for the life of my figure out how to do it. To clarify, I need the white sidebar column to stretch the entire height of the page.
It may be useful to know that I am using a plugin called background slider which resizes the background image to fit the browser (but deactivating this did not help)
Again, I would be grateful for any help.
Thanks in advance
It is generally a poor
It is generally a poor practice to to use properties without compelling reason. You've stacked the fix class for no reason I see. The multiple, nested bits of generated content appear to be the culprit. Make this correction:
clear: both; content: "."; display: block; height: 0; visibility: hidden;}
You can't simply delete the .fix class, as somewhere the class controls a left offset, margin, or padding that I prefer not to search out amongst multiple stylesheets with duplicate selectors. I leave that as an exercise for the class.
Amazing, thanks so much. It
Amazing, thanks so much.
It was just the "content" line that was the issue.