This is commonly solved by removing an additional
It may help to solve these W3C errors as well http://validator.w3.org/check?uri=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.trucksforsaleuk.com%2F&charset=%28detect+automatically%29&doctype=Inline&group=0 .
Great link, thanks. There seems to be quite a few errors, some for another day!!
But the main problem (sidebar moved to bottom) seemed to have happened while I was editing the home page, therefore I am assuming the open divs shown in your link must be within this, but I cannot find them. Is there a way of telling where line 304 is within wordpress page editor?
Copy the contents into software or online sources that provide line numbers, such as http://cssdesk.com/
When I open up the page in ie and view source code (showing line numbers), the open divs seems to be in the page structure, rather than in the content of the page which I edited in wordpress?
Therefore, I believe the problem has been caused by me somehow when editing this page in wordpress, as the sidear displays properly in other pages.
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