I have created a demo for a small car dealership using this plugin. I added in the CSS below to split the Featured area so I could use two widgets in that space (found instructions on the old forum). I think that is what’s causing the space between the #Inner and the #Footer on the home page only. When you go to the internal pages, there isn’t a space between them – they are flushed together.
Does anyone have a solution to how I can fix this on the home page? Thanks in advance.
Here is my code:
border: 10px solid #cccccc;
margin: 0 10px 0 0;
border: 1px solid #cccccc;
Anyone up this early morning that might be able to assist me?
it’s not the CSS so much as it’s the amount of closing divs you have on the home page. this is probably due to the widget areas you added.
if you look at the inner page, the footer-widgets and footer are inside of the #wrap, but it’s not like that on the home page. look at your functions.php and home.php file and see if you added one too many somewhere.
Okay, but I didn’t touch those files at all. I only added the CSS to split the one Featured Area so I could drag two widgets in there. Checking it now.
You are a GENIUS! Thank you. I found it in the Home.php. But I never touched that and it’s in the original download of the zip file like that. Now I can go back and finish adding some things. That car plugin works wonderful. It has EVERYTHING in it!
I’ll go look. I need to document how this work so if I do “real” site I have these in my notes. This is just a demo to have.
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