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    Vertical Line Shows On Full-Width Page - Wordpress Theme

    I am currently using a Wordpress theme with WooCommerce installed. Everything is working great, but for some reason, our SHOP page is displaying a vertical, gray line which is off-centered to the right. I am assuming it is trying to make a 2 column page... however, we have the page set to "full-width-column" layout. Any idea how we can get rid of this vertical, gray line? We also have this problem when you click onto a product category.

    You can see what we mean if you go here -http://www.jamaicangourmetcoffees.com/shop/

    Try to click a product category and the gray line shows up there too. Very strange!

    I can probably create a white BG and change the CSS code somewhere, but no idea where to begin or what I'm looking for. I've tried going into the Stylesheet editor but I don't know where to do this.

    Thanks for any help in advance!!!

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    Hello WebLizzard,
    Check your styles.css, you're putting that white line there with this bit highlighted in red -
    Code:
    #content {
         #content { padding: 0px 48px 60px; background: url(images/content-bg.png) repeat-y 633px 0px; }
        padding: 0 48px 60px;
    }
    It's easy to find this sort of thing with the FireBug for FireFox plugin.
    Validate often DURING development - Use it like a splelchecker | Debug during Development |Write it for FireFox, ignore IE
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    Thanks so much! I removed the image and it fixed the problem.

    I'll have to try the Firefox add-on. I def. don't have it installed.

    Appreciate your response! Thank you again!


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