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  • you want your content to stretch to the bottom of the page, in what ever size screen you are looking at it?

    It doesn’t happen for all of the pages, just for the ministries page and give page which happens because you haven’t put any content on that page at all.

    @clouder – It happens also for the About page, which has content.

    @arty9k – That’s exactly what I would like for it to do!

    It does have content, which however do not go far below the right sidebar content.
    So the screen is not fulfilled, and the white space is there, but not due to code, just because of a lack of information to show.
    This is consistent with the background, that also stops at the very bottom of the footer. The have in “contact-us” page, if you de-zoom the page.
    You should mark the post as “Resolved”

    Ok… but it’s not resolved. I would like for it to stretch to the bottom of the page regardless of how much information is on the page.


    So is the only fix to add empty paragraph tags?!?

    I would think there would be something to change in my CSS, no?

    You need to adjust:

    #main-wrapper {
      margin-bottom: 20px;
      margin-top: 20px;
      min-height:  700px;

    If you adjust 700px to your screen, it won’t necessarily fix all the different viewport sizes. For that, you’d need to follow this snippet

    Different issue: you appear to have a plugin conflict which is stopping your social icons working.
    Deactivate all plugins
    Test if OK
    If OK, reactivate plugins one-by-one to find the culprit

    Raise a new thread if you get stuck.

    Thanks rdellconsulting!

    1. that css code is exactly what I needed!

    2. My different issue, strange because I noticed my host provider deactivated all of my plugins today trying to resolve a different issue. I just reactivated them, but I’ll open a new thread if I need to for the social icons!

    For 1.
    You can also try this
    and set up the css to suit your needs

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