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How to remove space at bottom of static page - Twenty Twelve

  1. Hi there,

    I have a WordPress blog that uses the Twenty Twelve theme (non-customised). The blog is at kristinalink.com

    I only use static pages, not blog pages. I can't work out how to remove (or at least reduce) the large space near the bottom of every page, directly underneath the "Share this" buttons. I assume this space is there because I have deactivated the "allow comments" feature on each page?

    I know there are already similar posts on this, but all the replies seem to require you to insert code onto your page. I don't know any code and I use WordPress.com not WordPress.org.

    Is there a way to fix this for a non-customised Twenty Twelve theme, without using code?

    Thanks for any help you can give me!

    The blog I need help with is kristinalink.com.

  2. That space is there anyway (it's a huge margin below the content of the page), but of course it only looks unreasonable if you have deactivated the comment section. You can't remove that space without the paid Custom Design upgrade.

  3. Thanks very much for that - good to have that confirmed. Cheers.

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