Joomla! Template 002035 - Item Support

I am having a problem with buttons lining up with button text, such as login button on main page:
and other submit buttons such as on this page:

Hello jwilliams,
Please contact us through the 'Contact Us' page and provide with an access to the Joomla admin panel, we will check it and fix.

Regards, AS Team.
The buttons fixed, please check.

Regards, AS Team.
Thank you so much! The login button looks great, however I have a third party extension for the support section that runs in the template as well that needs some button help,

I know you do not support third party extensions, so can you tell me what it is you did to fix the login button so I can fix the other and future buttons?

In the tmpl.content.css please look for the following: .fss_table .button
and you will understand what should be done.
BTW, is fixed.

Regards, AS Team.
Hi again..
Awsesome! Sorry I didn't get back to you sooner but I was out of town on business. I really appreciate your help with getting that resolved. Thanks!
I have an issue where the main column right hand words appear to be partially cut off within the 002035 template. Any idea how to resolve this?
Link to site:


Go to Custom CSS of Template parameters and add following :

padding: 0 5px 0 0;

Regards, AS Team.
It seems the padding between modules increased, but look the right side of this phrase
"Clearly, the AGS XRI Stacker is the best stacking option for rotary die cutters... We also offer a down stacking function when coupled with our X12 Lift Conveyor (patent pending). If you are looking for a highly efficent Counter Ejector, we have you covered there too..." on this page:


"A.G. Stacker has been selling stacker upgrades for over 15 years.. We carry a full line of upgrade options and retrofits for most competitor stacker makes and models; Accumulators, Air Stack System, Tampers & Dividers, Backstops, Deck Replacement, Hydraulics, Flexi-Deck, Gang Adjust Snubbing Wheels, Layboy Modifications & Arm Replacements." on this page:

Try to replace in Custom CSS

padding: 0 5px 0 0;


#colmain p{
padding: 0 10px 15px 0;

#colmain h4, #colmain h5{
padding: 0 10px 0 0;

Regards, AS Team
I believe this has resolved the issue. Thank you very much!
Could you please take a look at this page:

Module position #59 is not positioning right, it falls down lower than 56,57 or 58 and sticks to position 58. You can see the same thing when you view this page:
Sorry, but we don't see any problems, all looks fine, position 59 is on the same line like 56, 57 and 58. Can you please provide us with more info about this problem?

Regards, AS Team.
It seems to be an issue that only occurs in Google Chrome browser. Why would Chrome re-position that module block position? Is there something I can add to the template code to deal with this?
We checked it in Chrome, everything is working fine. Try to clear browser cache, probably there is some problem with the browser.

Regards, AS Team.
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