I did a theme update a few weeks ago and am coming across small tweaks that I’ve been tackling one at a time. We made some stylistic changes using a child theme and unfortunately my developer is no longer available so I’m hoping you can point me in the right direction in terms of addressing this one problem.
It seems that my background image is now falling short in terms of height; the image is set to scroll which is what I need, but it now seems that the image doesn’t continue far enough on the page, on any of the pages, even short ones. The weird thing is that this is appearing on all of my pages even those that haven’t changed in length (i.e. content has remained static) since the initial launch of the site. Is this simply a matter of extending the bottom of my image to make up for the lack of height? If so, is this something that was affected by the theme update?
Please see the screen grab; I’ve circled where the image is stopping. This used to extend all the way to the footer container.
Any insight or help is appreciated!
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