Line before footer

  • Anonymous


    At the bottom of the page under the map there is a line. I had two but managed to find the CSS to remove one by using:

    .post {border-bottom: none;}

    I have tried replacing .post with .page and .content to remove the other but of course it did not work. I also tried to find the line via firebug but couldn’t. What CSS would remove that line?

    You guys do such a great job and I for one really appreciate your help.


    Kenneth John Odle


    Right click is disabled, so it’s impossible to use any developer tools.

    As a side note, this is really annoying to users who want to right click to open links in a new tab, or do anything else using a contextual menu, and it does nothing to prevent someone from stealing your content. You may wish to let your client know.


    Kenneth John Odle


    If it’s only that page, do make sure that it’s not coming from the map code.



    Tested it on my site since yours doesn’t support right clicking.

    Code defining this line:

    #footer {
    background: url('images/sprite_h.png') repeat-x scroll left -1352px #111;

    Add the following to your child theme style.css:

    #footer {
    background: #FAEBD7;

    #FAEBD7 is the light red color that your footer background has.

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