[Resolved] Index formatting problem w/ Firefox
I recently upgraded to WordPress 2.1. Prior to the upgrade, my blog looked good in both IE and Firefox.
After the upgrade, I’ve noticed that in FireFox (currently using FF 184.108.40.206) the border and background of the page is incorrect. However it looks fine in IE 7.0.
In short, the background behind the text of each post should be white, the background behind the text on both the right sidebars should be grey, and there should be a border to the left of the posts separating the grey page background from the white post background. As I mentioned, it looks correct in IE.
I ran the code through the W3C validator, and while it does return some errors, they mostly relate to adsense code.
I was hoping for a simple </div> omission, but to no avail.
Note that the format is not correct on ANY page, not just the main index page. For instance it is incorrect on individual “pages” as well.
I am starting to think this may be a CSS or style problem?
Any pointers on where to start looking would be more than appreciated. I have searched the forums and haven’t really found anyone with the same “bug”, but if this is a double post, I apologize.
The problem child resides at TheCornerOfficeBlog.com
Thanks for any and all help!
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