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  Public Ticket #1752185
Footer issues
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  •  1
    Sheryl L started the conversation

    1. On the home page, the footer has no top padding. It is fine on all other pages. See attached screenshots.

    2. Under Upcoming events, the details (dates/times) are dark blue on a purple background. Is it possible to change that color only in the footer without changing it anywhere else?

    3. The Recent Posts Extended Widget is putting an unnecessary divider at the top of the column, which causes the header to be misaligned from all other headers. How can I get rid of that?

    4. I'm using the Custom html widget for the 6th column. What class can I specify to get the paragraph text in this widget to match the Roboto Condensed text used on all of the other widgets? You can see in the attached "other pages" image that the text in the Custom html widget is Roboto Slab, which is the p style for the main content.

    Attached files:  Footer - Home Page.jpg
      Footer - Other Pages.jpg

  •  114
    Charles replied

    Hi Sheryl, 

    01 - Do a check through your custom css, looks like this exists "inline":

    .home .sixteen.columns, .home #section-content .entry-content {
        padding-top: 0 !important;
        margin-top: 0 !important;
    }

    02 - You can isolate this with some custom css and the section-footer id/selector: 

    #section-footer .tribe-event-duration {
        color: red;
    }

    Just need to change the color to something that works for you. 

    03 - Try this: 

    #section-footer .widget.rpwe_widget.recent-posts-extended {
        margin: 0;
        padding: 0;
        border: 0 transparent;
    }

    04 - If you want the whole widget, you can use this: 

    #section-footer .widget_custom_html *

    Let me know if that helps,

    Charles




  •  1
    Sheryl L replied

    1. Yes, that is custom CSS you gave me in response to my previous ticket titled "Hero Image on home page." It was to fix an issue of a gap between the menu and the hero image.

    2, 3, and 4: Perfect! Thank you!

  •  114
    Charles replied

    I see, try replacing this: 

    .home .sixteen.columns, .home #section-content .entry-content

    with this: 

    .home #section-content .sixteen.columns, .home #section-content .entry-content

  •  1
    Sheryl L replied

    Perfect! You're awesome!