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  • #19581

    I’m having a couple problems with the sidebar in newscast.

    In Chorme the sidebar shows up under the main column on the home page and on post pages: http://www.theyogurtgirl.com

    In other browsers, the sidebar loads in the proper location, but the widgets get cut off when the facebook blocks load (guessing the iframes they load in push the already rendered content down. I’m only using the official facebook plugin on the site.

    #104220

    Hi 1EightT,

    Try to disable that plugin and check if the issue still persists.

    Regards,

    Ismael

    #104221

    Hi folks,

    I am having the same problem with Google Chrome, it seems to be fine in safari and firefox and on ipad. The sidebars are not showing correctly for my newscast theme. When I have two sidebars chosen the second shows under the posts area. When I have one column it puts the sidebar content under the blog posts!

    It seems to be a CSS problem but any help with this would be greatly appreciated. I have tried to problem solve myself but with no luck!!!

    Thanks Rolfe http://landscapes.ws

    #104222

    Hi,

    I visited the site and the sidebar looks fine. :)

    Can you give us a screenshot of what you see on your end?

    Regards,

    Ismael

    #104223

    Thanks Ismael,

    interestingly it is fine on my iMac but not my laptop. Here is a screen shot of how it looks for me http://wp.me/a3qbG2-W There should be two columns on the right.

    Thanks again, Rolfe

    #104224

    Hi Rolfe,

    I’m not able to get the same result either (Chrome on Windows 7). There are some empty tags at the end of your page so it may be plugin related. You can try disabling all active plugins and see if that fixes the issue but its a bit hard to fix without being able to see it live and inspect the code.

    Regards,

    Devin

    #104225

    Thanks folks, not sure why it is happening only on my laptop but when I changed the width of the sidebars by one pixel it worked:

    #top .fullwidth_sidebar {

    width: 339px;

    }

    #104226

    Hi!

    Glad it works now :)

    Best regards,

    Peter

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