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Hello, I'm having a problem with a small verticle white line appearing in the header image of my home page when you are scrolled all the way to the top. It disappears as you scroll down the page. I've tried another image, an image without the logo overlayed, a png and a jpg. It also happens on mobile. Screenshots from laptop and mobile are attached with the line I'm talking about circled in red.

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1 hour ago, SHBecky said:

I'm having a problem with a small vertical white line appearing in the header image of my home page when you are scrolled all the way to the top. It disappears as you scroll down the page.

This is a feature called the Scroll Indicator and it is available on Brine-family templates.

It can be an arrow, a line or some text that is added to the first section of an index page to encourage visitors to scroll down.

You can remove the line, or choose one of the other options, in Design > Site Styles. Scroll down and look for the INDEX: SCROLL INDICATOR tweak.

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