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On page https://www.accessadviser.uk/contact.php I have some large empty spaces under the menu. Can anyone please inform me why this is happening?

Thread began 10/16/2023 12:19 pm by john70964 | Last modified 10/17/2023 11:14 pm by Jamie | 262 views | 5 replies |

john70964

On page https://www.accessadviser.uk/contact.php I have some large empty spaces under the menu. Can anyone please inform me why this is happening?

Google is declaring
Mobile Usability

Text too small to read and it maybe because of the large space under the menu

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PatriceWebAssist

Look at line 40 in p7AMM-01.css
Default is padding: 6px 3px;

.p7AMM ul li {
list-style-type: none;
vertical-align: middle;
display: inline-block;
position: relative;
padding: 0px 0px;
}

~~~ updated note~~~
You weren't referring to the white space within the menu. Apologies. You mean the next section down, near Contact Details?

This is a Project 7 set up. P7 forum is down; Gerry said they were working on it. In the meantime he will answer in email: support@projectseven.com

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john70964

Thanks Patrice,
The problem is solved now so thanks for your comments.
John

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Jamie

If its the area thats above and below the 'Contact Details' text (as shown in pink in the attached screenshot), then its to do with a ratehr large lineheight set.

On line 333 of the css file p7HMY-01.css you have

.p7HMY .hmy-content p:first-child {
margin-top: 0px;
font-family: Verdana, Geneva, sans-serif;
line-height: 20;
}

If you remove the line-height line then you will lose all that white space.

Hope that helps and is about what you're treying to do

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john70964

Thanks Jamie that seems to have solved the problem completely.

Many thanks

John

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Jamie

Glad it worked John

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