Hello ! I'm here again, this time I have a problem with the position of the footer and the part of the below the slider, the position changed and I do not know why it happens and they go 2 times only this time I could not solve it from the panel control of the template, can you help me?
Hello, Chetan, you are very kind in the answer, good in reality, the module is published in the English language and spanish, in both presents the problem, the module was not modified to change place, What is there is now that the information is narrow before we see a little more blisters if the fixed ones in the footnote are the same as the other things that did not happen before, that did not change the aspect, that was a capture of the battle so that you see I'm talking to you Sorry if I do not have very technical terms but my English is limited.
Thanks for your reply.
I am sorry but I am having trouble understanding what you need but I'll try my best.
Here is what I understood so far:
1. Your module About TELMARCH778 is published to module position user-1 and this is module id 320 but it should take 100% of the space as no module is published to user-2 position.
2. Same for bottom-1 and bottom-2 and footer-1 through footer-4 positions. You want them to take all the empty space and NOT just leave empty space... right?
See attached screenshot on how you can adjust columns for a particular row.
I'm sorry but I can not explain, what happens is that the content that you mentioned changed and I do not know why? , the image in about telmarc778 was bigger, the text was wider and better organized, I tried to edit it but it's still the same. In summary what happens is that the current positions remain the same but now they are much narrower, doing this for example that the footer text extends further down, and it looks very bad aspect. I repeat HIS APPEARANCE WAS NOT THAT.
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