I’m currently in the process of trying to change the Techozoic 2-column theme (http://theme.clarktech.no-ip.com/) to have another column on the LHS…I’m not planning on using widgits, so that’s of little concern to me – but –
whilst fiddling around with the files using my EXTREMELY basic CSS/HTML skills, I appear to have done something a bit strange:
1. The right sidebar looks correct in IE, but it appears crooked in Firefox (http://www.insanitytheory.net/test/?paged=2, everything below the ‘meta’ section is indented) when the main column is shorter in length,
2. There is a duplicate nav bar above the main column which looks mental, and which I’d rather just delete altogether as there is one below which behaves itself.
Since I have no clue which bits of code are messing with my head, I’ve zipped all the files so you can download them here – http://www.insanitytheory.net/images/techozoic-inprogress.zip
Also, I *know* that the theme looks like a downright mess right now, but I’m just concentrating on the formatting before I get down and start the more enjoyable process of editing the look 🙂
Edit – have managed to get rid of the stray nav bar, now am just trying to figure out the crooked right side bar 🙁
Managed to resolve this issue myself, after half a day of mucking about. Turns out it wasn’t a coding issue per se, but a problem with the way that different browsers interpret CSS.
More information from this site (http://www.codeproject.com/html/css-internet-explorer.asp) which also held the solution to my problem.
You may want to fix the background now. It needs to be wider. If you need help let me know and I can edit it for you.
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