Margin Above Footer After Update - Is this Needed?

edited April 2016 in Updates & Changelog

After the latest update, there all of a sudden was extra spacing added atop the footer on all pages of my site when viewing on mobile devices.

Below is the new CSS causing this. My question is why this was added (what purpose it serves)? The extra space isn't desired, but I want to make sure I'm not risking other issues by changing to 0.

@media only screen and (max-width: 767px) {
  .section_wrapper .column {
    margin: 0 0 20px;
    height: auto !important; }

Here's link to site. I changed to 0 because the added spacing messes up the design, but will redo everything to work with the added margin if needed....


UPDATE: After looking into further and as a followup, the above CSS was always there. It's the below that was added to all of the pages between the content and footer that's causing the problem....

How do I get rid of this/stop it from adding the unwanted section margin above the footer?

<div class="section section-page-footer">
<div class="section_wrapper clearfix">
<div class="column one page-pager">


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