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    ok – i appreciate this is a long shot but i have a very particular client for whom this issue is the deciding factor on whether they go live with the site or not. i suspect it can’t be fixed but i thought it best to ask first

    when you load the home page at – on the right of the browser – very briefly a vertical scroller appears that appears to indicates that the browser is making space for the first image in the slider to appear. the page itself is only the really the height of the slider – plus a header – so the vertical scroller is not needed – when the page is loaded it then disappears.

    my question is – is it possible to have the vertical scroller not appear at all given it’s not need when the page is fully loaded.

    again – i appreciate this is a tiny issue and not something i even noticed or anticipated being an issue but my client of the slightly awkward type. any easy fix or style sheet mod that could solve this very much appreciated




    Hey onthespot!

    I wanted to check your website but apparently it is currently down
    Please provide the link when it is fixed so we can take a look



    sorry yigit
    there was a typo – the link should have been



    You can add this on Quick CSS or custom.css but it might cut off the bottom area:

    html, body {
    min-height: 600px;
    overflow-y: hidden;

    Please hire freelance developer if you want to create a script that will calculate the height of the browser and adjust the content elements accordingly. For further customization, please visit Werkpress.



    thanks ismael

    you are right – it cut off the bottom of the page

    i will contact werkpress

    i appreciate you taking a look at this. i

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