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    Hi all,

    I have two problems:

    1. There is useless spacing in my website that I cannot seem to get rid of.
    2. One of the sections is overlapping with the footer.

    Please see here what I mean:

    If you scroll down to the bottom of the page you will notice that “Search” section on the left side is overlapping with the footer. There is also unnecessary spacing between the Product Category, Filter By Price, and Search sections on the left side.

    Any help to get rid of this would be much appreciated guys.




    Has something gone wrong? It looks like only half of the CSS has actually loaded.

    Oh, yeah…plenty of Console errors there,


    Thank you for your response Paulie_D

    Can you please tell me what kind of errors you see? How do I solve them?

    Can you please see how I can reduce the spacing in the left side bar and also how I can prevent it from overlapping with the footer when scrolling down?

    Thank a lot!


    Frankly you have so many errors I don’t know where to start.

    Try using Developer Tools to inspect the page and click on the “Console” section…in Chrome you have a host of red entries that need fixing.


    Wow, that is quite something.

    I tried what you suggested and went to the Console section, but there is just a blank page.

    Aside from the errors, is it possible for you to please see how I can fix the spacing and the overlapping issue?

    Many thanks.


    Until I can get a clean page to look at I doubt it.

    What I’m seeing right now is a hot mess. That’s why I think half of the CSS isn’t loading….at least for me.


    Here is the HTML code I have found for it in the page source:

    But I don’t see this anywhere in the CSS file. Do you maybe know where can I access and edit this section of the website please?


    The HTML is useless without the CSS.

    Frankly, if you don’t know where to access the CSS we’re not going to be able to help.

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