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  • #16495

    Hello,

    I just bought your theme FLAT RESPONSIVE PRO

    I have a small problem / question : the footer is just “big” (much too high) for my taste

    A little bit the same question for the header menu that i would to make “less high”

    I checked the CSS file and the FOOTER file
    I can’t see where the margin or padding for the FOOTER are defined…

    could you please tell me at what part of the file i should make the modification ?

    thanks alot 🙂

    #21674
    Anonymous
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    Hi Martin,

    Please use the child theme stylesheet to modification css, so that custom css does not lost while you update the theme. for now add the following code of css:

    ul.navmenu > li > a, .navmenu ul > li > a {
        line-height: 120px;/*Requird pixel here*/
    
    .flat_responsive_footer {
        padding: 0rem 0rem; /*Requird Pixes here */
    }

    Note: use the custom css plugin or child theme stylesheet to write the custom css.

    Thnaks

    #21675

    Hello,

    thanks alot for your answer. I am not an WP expert, so that’s what i did :

    add “custom css” plugin, activate it.

    add your custome code inside the plugin

    but it does not seem to change anything… :/

    PS : no way to desactivate the “menu / widget” in footer also it seems… i can change the widget/menu… but i must put something ; if i put nothing he still put something himself :/

    #21676
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Hi Martin,

    Could you please send the url link of the site so that we could replicate the exact issue and provide solution fast.

    Thanks

    #21677

    http://synexta.fr/

    btw, the few things i would like to change :

    1) “logo picture should be aligned left” (i chose the 2nd layout. I found how to align menu to left but no clue for the logo
    2) footer should be “without menu / widget if i choose none”
    3) “footer should be of high = xxx px (where i set xxx)

    thanks alot 🙂

    best regards,

    #21678
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Hi Martin,

    It seems that you have still working on your site, right? Could you please explain exact issue so that we could provide solution.

    Thanks

    #21679

    Yes, sorry, it is just the beginning of the site…

    so my two issues :

    Both are “footer related”

    (1) FOOTER WIDGET ISSUE
    I am able to add a menu/widget in the footer (normal) but actually i don’t want.
    In other themes i’ve tried, it i just select “non”, nothing displayes.
    but when i choose “none” in yours (in foot widget) there is stille a navigation menu showing up with all pages listes.

    (2) FOOTER HIGH
    When i try your solution (above) for footer high, just nothing happens..
    I use the “child” theme already.

    a) I added your change to the child css : nothing happens
    b) I install the “custom css” plugins, and put your modified css in it : nothing happens.

    i guess there is something just VERY obvious i miss… but i can’t figure out what it is… :/

    #21680
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Hi Martin,

    Follow the step below to disable the menu in footer :

    Goto => Appearance => menu => Create menu (Say footer menu save but leave it empty). After that,
    Goto=> Appearance => Customize => Header Setting => Navigation => Footer Menu (Select the empty footer menu which you have already created.) and save and publish.

    Regarding to footer height, Please add the following css in child theme style sheet :

    .flat_responsive_footer {
        padding: 0rem 0rem;
    }

    Thanks

    #21681

    for the menu it worked, thanks alot 🙂

    for the footer well… it does not change anything…

    below the screen shot… it’s the same before and after (and i cleaned the cash of course)
    Slection_007.png

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    #16496
    Anonymous
    Inactive

    Hi Martin,

    Well, that’s great, if any other issue please let us know.

    Thanks

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