I’ve just finished moving my entire ASP-driven site and Blogger blog to WordPress/PHP, and after a few feverish days, I was able to launch it.
To start with, I played with the default Kubrick theme, and customized it a bit. Never touched the footer.php file, but noticed that it’s slightly off. In other words, if you follow the left and right borders down the page, all the way to the footer, you’ll see it breaks off slightly (by 1-2 pixels) as the footer.jpg file is placed in.
By now, I’ve customized the footer.php file by adding a Creative Commons licence snippet there, but the border breaks anyway, with or without it in there.
The footer.jpg file is 760 pixels wide, I can’t seem to find something awry in the CSS file… I’ve tried to figure out where this is happening, but I’m not quite there yet. Can you please help?
Please look at this page to start with: http://www.dignoscentia.com/?page_id=166, but really, it’s happening on all pages.
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