first thing, i’ve been lurking around these forums for a while now, trying to absorb enough information to get my own wp install up and running, and i must admit this is one of the most useful resources out there. 🙂
now on to my query. i’ve been working on my own basic two column layout (loosely based on the human condition style from the style comp) and whenever i apply the .css file to my very slightly hacked index.php it breaks the alignment of the ‘rap’ div.
through trial and error i narrowed it down to the point where i know that the problem is being caused by code located between the start of the index.php file and the body tag, but what exactly i have no idea. it’s literally a cut and paste from the default index.php.
http://digitalsprawl.cx/example.php does not
exactly the same file, just the extension has been changed to enable the parsing of the php code.
so my query is this. is there a known issue with the default index.php which causes css to break this way (i couldn’t find anything when searching, but admittedly i may just not have phrased my search terms correctly) and if so, how do i work around the problem?
if anyone wants to check out the original layout, it’s located at http://digitalsprawl.cx/test.htm and my hacked index.php (currently named test.php to prevent breaking my site) page is at http://digitalsprawl.cx/test.php.
if anyone’s able to help me figure this one out i’d appreciate it.
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