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    Can't remove grey area at website bottom

    I built a small site (dkgame.com) using the website builder, but no matter what I do, there's a big dark grey area at the bottom of the page that won't go away.

     

    It doesn't seem to matter how I set the background image or page size, it just remains.  I have nothing in that area. It's like there's a "footer" section I can't shrink or edit.

    Any ideas?

    Thanks!

    Dave

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    @DKGame 

     

    So I don't see a Consulting Solutions Theme in W+M.

     

    Just from looking at your site, that area appears to be for footer widgets and information.  If the theme includes that section, it's best to use it or it will be blank.   Builders by their very nature do not allow access to the code to actually remove sections within layouts.

     

    Another option is to switch to a theme that you know you can use/fill the available areas.

     

    HTH! 😉

     

     

    Judith
    "No pressure, no diamonds." Thomas Carlyle

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    @DKGame 

     

    Can you share which theme you are using? 😉

     

    Judith
    "No pressure, no diamonds." Thomas Carlyle

    I based it off the "Consulting Solutions" theme.

    @DKGame 

     

    So I don't see a Consulting Solutions Theme in W+M.

     

    Just from looking at your site, that area appears to be for footer widgets and information.  If the theme includes that section, it's best to use it or it will be blank.   Builders by their very nature do not allow access to the code to actually remove sections within layouts.

     

    Another option is to switch to a theme that you know you can use/fill the available areas.

     

    HTH! 😉

     

     

    Judith
    "No pressure, no diamonds." Thomas Carlyle

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    Don't know how to solve it.