Joomla! Template 002038 - Item Support

This is driving me crazy - how do I change the size of the modules in positions-56 to positions-59? I want to change the size and padding to fit the content I have in there, but can't find where to adjust it - I've looked in tmpl.footer.css and tmpl.content.css but nothing I change has any effect?
The size generates automatically by our framework.
In case to change it you have create your own css and put in the tmpl.custom.css file or use Custom CSS area in the template parameters.

For example:

#footer .row1col1
width: 200px;

Regards, AS Team.

For some reason my article text is not appearing - it shows up in the administration section when I go to edit the article, but not on the frontend of the site. It used to work, so not sure why it suddenly has stopped working. Any ideas what could cause this?

The URL is:
Please check permissions, probably you allow page preview to admin only, or author. Or you are trying to publish it as a featured when it is not a featured page.

Regards, AS Team.
Hi AS Team. No problems with permissions - standard article page, Featured set to 'No', Access set to 'Public'. I can't see any other settings that would stop the text being shown. Here is a direct link to one of the affected pages:

If I switch on 'Development' error reporting, I get these errors - are these related to the problem, perhaps?

Strict Standards: Declaration of JParameter::loadSetupFile() should be compatible with that of JRegistry::loadSetupFile() in /homepages/34/d414978873/htdocs/libraries/joomla/html/parameter.php on line 512

Strict Standards: Non-static method JSite::getMenu() should not be called statically, assuming $this from incompatible context in /homepages/34/d414978873/htdocs/templates/as002038/index.php on line 43

Strict Standards: Non-static method JApplication::getMenu() should not be called statically, assuming $this from incompatible context in /homepages/34/d414978873/htdocs/includes/application.php on line 540

However these errors occur on all the pages, not just the pages with the text not showing, the rest of the site works fine.
The Error reporting you have put to 'None'.

Regards, AS Team.
I've found another problem, which might be related. If I change something on the template in the Template manager, the 'Jquery load' selector is deselected. Each time I have to go in, select the 'Jquery load' to 'Yes' then save again. When I load up the template in the Template manager the 'Jquery load' selector options both show as unselected - in fact, all options are shown as unselected - eg. 'Buttons text transform' - 'uppercase' AND 'none' are both unselected.

Perhaps something has gone wrong with the template?
There are definitely some permission problems on your server, can you please provide us with an access to the Joomla admin panel, we would like to see the issue.

Regards, AS Team.
Hi, I've now given you access = do you have an email address I can send the login details to?
You can post it here, it will not be published, or you can use our 'Contact Us' page.

Regards, AS Team.
You have some problems with your Joomla, we can't update it, we can't make any changes, we are receiving some PHP messages that not related to the template, for example:

The PHP allow_url_fopen setting is disabled. This setting must be enabled for the updater to work.

Our suggestion is reinstall it or install another Joomla version, you can take the latest quick-start package from your AS Account and test it.

Regards, AS Team.
Ok, many thanks for looking at it - very strange as it was a clean install of Joomla with just your template installed and it has been working fine - just has stopped working properly over the past few weeks. I'll see what I can find out.

AS Template team. Just to update you on the problem I was having on the website - turns out it was a template problem - the index.php had somehow got a corruption, along with a few other files as some template settings were not saving.

I turned on the template you had installed when you checked my site and all worked fine, so copied those files to the original template folder and re-did the customisations in the index.php & CSS files to add/remove module positions and all is good again.

I can save all the changes to the template again.
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