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Hommels May 20, 2012 08:06 AM

[SOLVED] Space between center column and footer - lost after update to 3.7.6
Hi there.
I've lost the space between the center column and my footer after updating to 3.7.6. - everything has been fine with 3.7.3 in my testing page. Unfortunately i updated the testing page too, just to see the same thing happen.

This is the page: http://tcb-olzheim.de
I'm talking about the space above the area with the three graphics (Aktuelles...) in the add-on widget area of the footer. You can see the 2px border around all the different items, which is added to a 4px border without the space.

Any ideas anybody? Would highly appreciate your help!

juggledad May 20, 2012 12:16 PM

you have a
HTML Code:

/* ================================================ */
/* Space between cc and footer                      */
/* ================================================ */
div.myfooter {
margin-top: 30px;

but no div with an class of 'myfooter'

Hommels May 20, 2012 12:24 PM

This is what I added this afternoon, you're right, this couldn't work, cause my widget Container is named different. But this wasn't part of the HTML/CSS Inserts when i updated to 3.7.6.
Do you have an idea what happened with the update, with the same inserts i had a space between those two elements - was it maybe something more like an accident to have the space there in version 3.7.3? :confused:

juggledad May 20, 2012 12:32 PM

without seeing the site befor, I have no idea what mmight have happened. You could manally install 373 (in addition to 376) and flip back to see if the space is there.

Hommels May 20, 2012 12:42 PM

Will do this on the test page and reply to this thread when it's done. Thank you juggledad!!

Hommels May 20, 2012 01:59 PM

OK, here it is, the test page with 3.7.3, the space is back now:


juggledad May 20, 2012 02:13 PM

Ok, now I know what it is. The theme was automatically adding a <p> ...</p> as part of the footer. that has been removed hence the closing of the space. You can just add a <p> </p> in the fooder area or use CSS to give it some padding.

the <p>...</p> was removed because it was causing errors when people validated the pages.

Hommels May 20, 2012 02:18 PM

WOW!! That's it! Many many many thanks juggledad, you're a genius!

Here's the result in the live system:



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