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    Can I get a reply to this please?



    you can hide the footer area with:

    #footer_inside {
    display: none;

    To fix the logo problem add following code to style.css:

    #top .logo, .logo a {
    z-index: 10000;


    thank you!

    great theme and great help!


    one other thing – the rollover for the ldisplays the link as ALT text – how can i change this to something more freindly like

    ‘ click here to return to the homepage’ ?





    I still have a fair bit of gap between the bottom of the page content and the page footer – can this be decreased?



    1) You can add an alt tag to the logo link – open up header.php and search for following code line:

    <h2 class="logo <?php echo $logoclass; ?>"><a class='ie6fix' href="<?php echo get_settings('home'); ?>/"><?php echo $logo; ?></a></h2>

    2) You can hide this area. Add following code to style.css:

    display: none;



    Ok tried adding ALT to that line of text and cant get it to work – sorry im not a coder can you show me where it would go in this line of code


    yep I don’t think you’re getting the footer bit correct – I took that part out.

    see here: http://www.paperworks.ebcnet.co.uk/

    I now have approx a 2 inch high gap of white below the page content and where the footer starts – can i decrease this white space as its not in the page content?




    the alt tag seems to be working.

    As for the footer I don’t seem to see a “big” white space, however, you can decrease this space by opening up your style.css file, then find:


    Here you should see a bottom padding, you can decrease the value or just remove the line. If this doesn’t do much could you tell us in which browser you’re having this problem?


    thank you that helped.



    Glad that we could help you :)

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