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TOPIC: how can i remove that white box on sidebar a?

how can i remove that white box on sidebar a? 3 days 16 hours ago #14695

Hello, i tried to delete the css
#sp-sidebar-a .sp-module {
background: 0;
border: 0;
box-shadow: 0;
padding: 0;

to fix that box and it did.. but it messes my other sidebar positions.. There is other way to delete that box without mess something else in other page?
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how can i remove that white box on sidebar a? 3 days 16 hours ago #14696

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There must be a module published to that position with no content in it. Try un-publishing it and the empty space should go away.

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how can i remove that white box on sidebar a? 3 days 16 hours ago #14697

yes this is what i thought but there are not other modules assigned in this page other than this ( screenshot ). if you want to check it somehow this is my url ( digital-in.info/johny/index.php/contact-us )
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how can i remove that white box on sidebar a? 3 days 12 hours ago #14710

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Hello
I have checked your issue and here is solution below
Please add this css code in your custom.css file.
You can use this css
.com-chronoforms6 #sp-sidebar-a .sp-module{
    box-shadow: none;
    border: none;
}

or you can use this one as your need
#sp-sidebar-a .sp-module figure.snip1081{
    float: inherit;
    padding-bottom: 20px;
}
If you did not create the custom.css file so please create first.
File root path > Templates > template name folder > css then create the custom.css file
Then past your css code in this file

Hope it will work fine if not please let us know
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