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  • I have been attempting to install a “shelf” according to Owen Winkler’s awesome tutorial .

    I was able to get the shelf to open and close and have formatted my content into three columns using a width of 30% and float left command:

    .shelfbarbox {
    float:left;
    width: 30%;
    padding: 0 0 0 10px;
    }

    For some reason, the text in the middle column is clickable. I am not sure why that is and I have searched the header (which calls for the shelf), the shelf and the corresponding CSS code. Any hints/tips?

    http://dearauthor.com/test_wordpress/

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  • I am ready to admit my stupidity. Of course, it wasn’t a CSS problem. I had placed the call for the hself inside the “a href” tag in the header. Once moved outside the tag, my clickability problem magically disappeared.

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