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    Hi, something strange occurs now…. I don’t know if it has to do with an update of WooCommerce (1.5.4) that I installed yesterday…?

    This has been discussed in previous threads, here: http://www.kriesi.at/support/topic/width-of-content-area

    and here: http://www.kriesi.at/support/topic/right-sidebar-3

    And it looked like it solved my problems, but yesterday I noticed that on some pages the sidebar appear in the right place at first, but suddenly (almost immediately) moves back left, under the content area.

    My Custom CSS has these lines:

    .content .box {

    width: 660px;

    }

    #top .sidebar2.sidebar_absolute {

    left: 942px;

    }

    I can’t show you the site ’cause I’m using a “coming soon” plugin to hide it when you’re not logged in. I could offer an admin log-in if you need to have a look.

    Thanks, Thor

    #72383

    I forgot to tell which pages are OK… It seems that all pages listed out from WooCommerce (shop, my account, cart, chekout…) has the sidebar in the place it should be.

    But ordinary pages with no WooCommerce content will have a problem showing the sidebar where it should be. It drops behind the content area of those.

    #72384

    All of a sudden it all seems to function as it shall again… Strange. I can’t see that I have done anything to make that happen… But the site is online now, and you can have a look at it here: http://webkunst.no/

    Cheers, Thor

    #72385

    Hi Thor,

    Glad it’s all working again. Let us know if you experience more problems.

    Regards,

    Mya

    #72386

    Hi, I notice that it still occurs, but only when I’m logged in… very strange.

    #72387

    Hey Thor,

    It could be related to any specific css you might have added in. I believe the #top gets a logged in class for logged in users compared to those that are not so perhaps that will help in finding the issue.

    Regards,

    Devin

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