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F3Green looks OK on main page, but comments and archive formatting is a mess (6 posts)

  1. yorick
    Member
    Posted 7 years ago #

    Hi folks,

    I'm working on an F3Green template and got the main page to look more or less the way I want to. However, when I click on the post header and get to the comments page, the header and footer both shift all the way to the left, the post text shifts about halfway to the left, and the two sidebars both shift to the right. When I click on the archive, I lose the sidebars altogether, and the footer spreads right across the page.

    I tried restoring the original F3Green stylesheet, and this situation still persists. Any ideas? The page in question is at http://www.bardcentral.com/blog

  2. moshu
    Member
    Posted 7 years ago #

    You should add: it happens only in IE, not in Firefox.

  3. yorick
    Member
    Posted 7 years ago #

    I didn't know that was the case, but I'm guessing this topic has come up before. Does anyone have a link to previous threads? I was unable to locate anything that seemed close to my particular problem. Links would be greatly appreciated.

    I had to boot up another system to check firefox. It is much better, but the footer is half the width it was previously, so the text hangs off the box on both the main page and the comment page, and it still stretches across the bottom on the archive page.

  4. moshu
    Member
    Posted 7 years ago #

    I assume your tweaking went wrong somewhere along the way... So, either install the original theme or find something that is closer to what you want.
    http://themes.wordpress.net
    It is not easy to "debug" what you did: one should have to go through the original theme and compare line by line with what you've changed.

  5. yorick
    Member
    Posted 7 years ago #

    moshu: thanks for the feedback. However, when I restore the entire theme back to its original state, I still have the exact same problem. Could this be a problem with the original theme instead? I'd hate to change it - it really is the closest to what I want. The only thing I had to change was the background image and make some color changes. Otherwise, I barely touched it.

  6. yorick
    Member
    Posted 7 years ago #

    It appears to be a fault with the template itself. I hadn't thought to check all of the links on the template before I installed it, but most of the formatting inconsistencies are similar on the wordpress.com test run, too. What a shame, I actually liked the layout. Switched to something else and it's working fine.

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