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Old 17th February 15, 03:43 AM   #1
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Default Need help with margins of Weebly site

Hello,

I've been adjusting the CSS/HTML of my Weebly site (http://orthopaedicandsportsclinic.weebly.com/) and can't figure out two things:

1. On the home page, you have to scroll down to see the footer. How can I make the footer responsive to the height of each page?

2. There are these two weird white lines in my blue banner that I need to get rid of, but I can't figure out how.

Help! And thanks in advance.
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Old 17th February 15, 04:53 AM   #2
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Default Re: Need help with margins of Weebly site

The white lines are due to your background image on the header.

What do you mean by making the footer responsive?
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Old 17th February 15, 07:10 AM   #3
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Ah, great! Got the white lines and fixed the spacing I was looking for in regards to responsiveness. Now two more small problems came up:

1. On the Home page, the main image now doesn't stretch the whole width of the page. There is a small white space on the right side.

2. On all the other pages, now the content doesn't stretch all the way to the right side.

Any ideas?
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Old 17th February 15, 07:42 AM   #4
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You would want to center that image, not stretch it.

The content on the other pages appears to be centered, which I would assume is what you want.
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