Hi, welcome and thank you for your question. My name is ***** ***** I am glad to assist you today.
I am very sorry about the issue and please allow me to help you. Please DO NOT rate me yet, rating is only required when we are done and when you are satisfied with my service.
In order for me to check the problem, can you please tell me the address or URL of your blog?Please let me know so that I can help you further.
Thank you for the URL. Please give me a moment to check the problem. I will get back to you with my findings.
Thank you for your patience. I have carefully checked your site CSS and it appears that the problem is NOT in your theme's CSS. This means that the problem could be in your theme's settings and I have no access to that settings.
Please check this screen shot:
In that screen shot, I manually modified the top padding to close the gad. But this padding settings is in your theme settings. So I suggest that you revisit your theme settings and you can reset that top padding part to fix the problem.
If you want, you can give me a temporary login to your site's blog admin area (Wordpress) so that I can check and fix the settings myself.
Keep me posted with your results so that I can help you further.
Thank you for writing back. Unfortunately, we cannot share contact information here as it is against site policy. I suggest that you put the login credentials in a text file (Notepad file) and then upload it in the site link below:
After uploading it, I can then request the file to be deleted.
Keep me posted.
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Thank you. Please give me a moment to look into the settings and I will get back to you what I can find. I will keep you posted.
I will not make permanent changes to your site without your permission.
I am still checking and I believe that the problem is with the tiled-gallery plugin. I am checking its css files now.
I believe the problem is with the BLOG area only, right?
Also, your blog posts contain tiled galleries.
I will now try to add similar posts but without the tiled galleries and see if the huge gap are still there.
I just added 2 copied of your posts but did not include the tiled galleries and they displayed just fine -- the huge gap between posts were gone. So I believe this is indeed a setting or CSS issue with tiled gallery. Please give me a moment to investigate further.
You're welcome. It is taking some time. I need to check both CSS and PHP files to locate the cause of this. Please give me some time and I will get back to you with my findings.
Hi, thank you for writing back. I'm starting my day now and unfortunately I signed off yesterday without finding the faulty setting in your CSS. I will continue my investigation today.
Thank you for your patience. I will also try to contact your WP theme developer and see if he can point us to the right direction. The conflicting factors here are your theme and the tiled gallery plugin.
I understand, I have already tried and yet no response. Thanks.
Hi, please check your blog now. It is now working when the screen is bigger or maximized. I am trying to locate the programming and CSS logic that caused this. The developer of your theme indeed is not responding.
Hi, thank you for writing back and thank you for your patience. Yes, I am still looking into your site's codes to check what is causing this. I am looking into these things:
Yes I strongly agree that you can use another gallery plugin if this is not corrected. I will keep you posted.