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stslit on Sunday, September 26 2010, 04:10 AM

main menu position

Good day.
Greate job you template it is wonderfull.
And I have two question:
1. How can I make left menu bootm from logo line? (now it on top)
2. Where I can add/delete code to make width bootom line like main part page.


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    Replied by zahir on Monday, September 27 2010, 11:44 AM · Hide · #1
    For the menu to be inline with the logo, you need to publish the search module in user 4 postion. See <!-- m --><a class="postlink" href="/">">"></a><!-- m -->
    I dont quite understand your second question. Perhaps explain a little better or provide more information.
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    Replied by stslit on Tuesday, September 28 2010, 02:30 AM · Hide · #2
    Thanks for answer. In first time I no saw that I need to put the search module in the user4. Sorry :)

    Second question. Now like screen #1, I want make like #2


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    Replied by zahir on Tuesday, September 28 2010, 06:03 AM · Hide · #3
    The easiest way would be to just get rid of the footer block from the template:
    [code:2hldy37s]&lt;div id=&quot;footer&quot;&gt;
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    Replied by stslit on Thursday, September 30 2010, 03:14 AM · Hide · #4
    Sorry for my bad english, but you no understand. I want make a left column (to all lenght on screen) without a white footer. (Like bottom screen 2)
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    Replied by zahir on Thursday, September 30 2010, 08:20 AM · Hide · #5
    Like i said in the previous post, you can get rid of of the footer by removing the code within the footer div:

    [code:wvnxdpew] &lt;div id=&quot;footer&quot;&gt;
    &lt;?php echo $copyrightText; ?&gt;
    Replied by stslit on Friday, October 01 2010, 03:20 AM · Hide · #6
    I now it, but I want the footer stay on bottom place
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