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Hello, it appears you have a couple </div> closing tags with no open tags and it's causing my right side module to fall down under everything. If you see below... it's in the template code and not my code. Will you please take a look at this and fix it?

If you look at the home page everything is fine. But on all the other pages it's not... (URL removed)

Enter the above URL into this div checker tool and you'll see what I mean. http://www.tormus.com/tools/div_checker

Thanks,

Shawn
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Hello,

Please add new ticket and send us your site, as well as admin account. Then our coder will help you check deeper.

Regards,
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Thank you. However, my subscription has expired so i can't send you a ticket. Why should I have to pay for another subscription if the template was buggy in the first place? Plus, over the years I've subscribed several times so I'm a repeat customer. Throw me a bone here please.
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Hello,

Can you please let us know the name of module type?
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The module type is "custom"
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Here in this attachment you can see the divs causing the problem... they are highlighted in yellow and at the bottom.

[attachment]screenshot-divs.jpg[/attachment]
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Here in this attachment you can see the divs causing the problem... they are highlighted in yellow and at the bottom.

[attachment]screenshot-http://www.tormus.com-2018.05.10-14-08-22.png[/attachment]
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Hello,

Custom module is the one belongs to Joomla, so please check again all of your custom code added.

Regards,
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Yeah, I've done that. Loving the slow walk... Come on guys. You obviously haven't even looked at it. I am fully aware my own code can cause this but I've checked it many times and the orphaned DIV's are in YOUR code when a page with a single article is loaded. The custom modules render just fine on the home page and category pages... just not on article pages.

If Templaza won't stand behind your joomla and Wordpress templates I'll just write you guys off and put up a website called templaza-wordpress-joomla-template-reviews.com ... do the SEO... and clearly explain how your business model appears to be all about tricking customers into buying repeat subscriptions to get support for bugs in your templates. It's not in my code... it's in yours... and if you can prove it's in my code I'll happily pay for another subscription.
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I found it... it's in YOUR code here. /templates/tz_charity_joomla/html/com_content/article/default.php

Thanks for nothing!!!
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