I’ve just finished the front page of my theme. Everything is working fine, except when I create a post that utilizes the <!–more–> function, it screws up my index page.
My footer moves next to the header. No error messages or anything.
My site is http://wordpress.theicono.com and the CSS Stylesheet: http://wordpress.theicono.com/wp-content/themes/iconoclast/style.css.
Aside from the stylesheet, I’ve modified the header.php and index.php files. In the header, I added the horizontal menu. In the index, I changed the date format and a few other minor things.
Again, this problem happens only when I create a post with the <!–more–> tag.
Thanks for any help in advance.
EDIT: here’s a picture of the problem– http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v71/TheIconoclast31/2540f890.jpg
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