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Whitespace under Footer

edited July 9 in Other
Hi Betheme Team,

we have a little problem with your Betheme using it with facetWP
There is a <div> Tag near the closing </body> tag. It looks like this:

<div style="position: absolute; z-index: -10000; top: 0px; left: 0px; right: 0px; height: 42225px"></div>

The height is created dynamical by the height of the page.

This <div> sometimes creates a big whitespace at the end of the page when choosing a facet.

You can check it here:
(Chrome Browser, Browser Width 1085px)

What for is this <div> tag?

I tried to make it a display:none tag. But it's hard to handle,
because it has no ID or class. To grab it with the 'nth-child()' selector is not a good idea as well.

I'm pretty sure, that <div> comes from Betheme. I made a staging page only with betheme with
disables plugins - the <div> was still there.
But i can't figure out, in wich file it is written.

Any ideas?

Thanks and best regards.



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