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  • #492

    IE & FF Show Sidebar Widgets below the individual posts and not to the left of content. Can you tell me how to fix this?

    #31634

    Hey!

    Can you post your site URL so I can look into this?

    Regards,

    James

    #31635
    #31636

    Somehow the sidebar code has moved to within the #content div which means it’s restricted to the same width as the content and appears under it.

    Have you modified the theme files?

    Can you post the content of single.php to http://pastebin.com and link to it here?

    #31637

    Here is the problem that I am having, James.

    In the single.php file…

    if the end of the code is like this (as per your original single.php code):

    </div><!– end content –>

    <?php get_sidebar(); ?>

    </div><!–end main–>

    <?php get_footer(); ?>

    then the side bar shows correctly in Google Chrome, but NOT correctly in IE and FF:

    if the end of the code is like this:

    </div><!– end content –>

    </div><!–end main–>

    <?php get_sidebar(); ?>

    <?php get_footer(); ?>

    then the sidebar shows correctly on single posts in FF and IE, though NOT correct on Chrome.

    I need it to show correctly in all three browsers.

    Do you still need the code posted?

    #31638

    The original code should work as per the demo in Chrome.

    This works for me (on Mac) – are you having the same problem with the demo on Chrome?

    #31639

    Yes, the demo works but mine does not. Was the template updated at all over the past 6 months? If not, I have to figure this out. Can you confirm whether it would be in my Css or the code?

    Also, can you tell me how to specify the alt in the Display Preview Images Option? Although I have added a Title and Alt info in the Media, this is only showing as alt and title, not even alt=”” or title=”” with empty quotes, just the words alt and title in the image code.

    Thanks a bunch :)

    #31640

    The latest version available from your Theme Forest downloads page, is the latest version.

    The theme information seems to be missing from your style.css file so I don’t know what version you’re running :(

    I’d recommend starting with a fresh copy of the theme to see if the same bug exists – let me know if it does because this would either be down to a plugin or the server environment.

    #31641

    I have this same error on http://markspixel.com/2010/09/01/woodlands-garage-door/

    Any solution yet?

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