Guys, first I am loving this forum software. Many thanks! I am launching February 1st.

If you go to my forum and scroll down http://musclehacker.com/ , you'll the the search bar some other things scroll down and on top of some custom content in the footer - it overlaps and looks untidy.

Is there a way to disable this so that it doesn't scroll down like that?

Thanks again,

Mark McManus

Guys, first I am loving this forum software. Many thanks! I am launching February 1st. If you go to my forum and scroll down http://musclehacker.com/ , you'll the the search bar some other things scroll down and on top of some custom content in the footer - it overlaps and looks untidy. Is there a way to disable this so that it doesn't scroll down like that? Thanks again, Mark McManus
 
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add this somewhere at the end. not the best way to do it but works smile

<script>
$(document).ready(function(){
      setTimeout(function(){ 
                $('.codo_sidebar_fixed').html("")
       },1000); }
);
</script>
add this somewhere at the end. not the best way to do it but works :) ``` &lt;script&gt; $(document).ready(function(){ setTimeout(function(){ $(&#039;.codo_sidebar_fixed&#039;).html(&quot;&quot;) },1000); } ); &lt;/script&gt; ```
Necessity is the mother of all inventions!
 
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Great! Thanks for your help. But do you mean adding this to a block like block_head or one of the config files via FTP? If config, which directory? Many thanks again!

Great! Thanks for your help. But do you mean adding this to a block like block_head or one of the config files via FTP? If config, which directory? Many thanks again!
 
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doen't really matter. using blocks is easier. The following code is better than the previous one.

 <script type="text/javascript">
var readyStateCheckInterval = setInterval(function() {
    if (document.readyState === "complete") {
        clearInterval(readyStateCheckInterval);
                      setTimeout(function(){ 

                        $('.codo_sidebar_fixed').html("")

               },1500);   
    }
}, 10);
</script>
doen&#039;t really matter. using blocks is easier. The following code is better than the previous one. ``` &lt;script type=&quot;text/javascript&quot;&gt; var readyStateCheckInterval = setInterval(function() { if (document.readyState === &quot;complete&quot;) { clearInterval(readyStateCheckInterval); setTimeout(function(){ $(&#039;.codo_sidebar_fixed&#039;).html(&quot;&quot;) },1500); } }, 10); &lt;/script&gt; ```
Necessity is the mother of all inventions!
 
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Great. I put it in footer block and think it's working great! smile

Many thanks for your help.

Great. I put it in footer block and think it&#039;s working great! :) Many thanks for your help.
 
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