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Issue with Sidebar Widgets in Safari

  • When I view my sidebars in Safari, there is extra margin (blank white space) above the title of each sidebar. It looks like this:

    <img src=”http://www.goldstockbull.com/wp-content/uploads/2006/09/sidebar-widget-margin-issue.thumbnail.png”>

    I was able to fix it once, by rearanging the sidebar order within the sidebar widgets area of my admin panel. It has something to do witih the click-and-drag sidebar boxes overlapping each other. If you look at this screenshot, you can see “Recent Posts” is covering another sidebar box and “Text 6” is also covering another sidebar box. There is also supposed to be a little page edit icon to the right of each box, which have vanished. If I pull the box away and put it back, the page edit icon appears again. However, I can’t get the boxes to stop overlapping, thus creating the extra margin issue.

    <img src=”http://ww.goldstockbull.com/wp-content/uploads/2006/09/sidebar-admin-area1.thumbnail.png”>

    Is this just a Safari issue or is there something that I can do to try to fix it? I would like Safari users to be able to see my site without that extra margin above every sidebar box. Thanks.

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