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TOPIC: many problems

many problems 16 Jul 2014 09:17 #5144

Hi,
I'm using jfcreativia template and it's very good, thank you!
But in web pages where there isn't much content, there is too empty space under footerlogo, how you can see from the attached image:
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I've also attached the index.php file.
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Another problem: how you can see from the screenshot when I use copyright module position the "vai in alto" button (go to top) came in a wrong position. Same thing happens when I use user module position or bottom position. Copyright information doesn't come in the white bar of footer logo but it remains in the space of the articles.
Another problem: I don't find the Footer 1 and Footer 2 module position and also I don't know how to insert the topmenu.
Thank you.
The result I want to achieve is this (demo pages):
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Last Edit: 16 Jul 2014 09:18 by RikyToro.

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Re: many problems 18 Jul 2014 14:21 #5179

nothing ?

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Re: many problems 28 Jul 2014 04:55 #5216

sorry for late response. Can you have your site url?

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