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2012-02-22 1:35 pm
I'm sorry you're having trouble with the layout of your WordPress theme. Before making any changes to the style sheet, keep in mind that it's best practice to use a Child Theme. This way, any future updates to the theme you are using will not overwrite your changes.
While looking into this for you, we noticed that you have set the width for your sidebar-secondary to 0. This is causing the information in that sidebar to not be seen on the page, but there is still a placeholder for it on the page which is causing the gap you are seeing. If you remove the width rule for that element in your CSS, you can then see the information that is supposed to be displayed by your widgets in the sidebar. If your intention was to not show that information at all, rather than trying to control this through CSS, you will want to remove those widgets from the sidebar in your WordPress dashboard. For more information on working with widgets, please see our article Searching for and installing Widgets.
Please feel free to contact us if you have any additional questions or need further assistance.
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