I have setup a site that uses XHTML and CSS. I am having the same problem as when I was using tables
Now that I am using CSS, not tables…
I am confused as to why the sidebar (menu) is outside of the center (middle) div.
I use a flexible three column layout. I would like WordPress to be fully contained in the center (middle) column. The actual blog does end up into the center column but the sidebar menu doesnt and covers up the right column.
Now I am pretty confused as I assumed that the reason this was happening to begin with is because I was using tables to format my site and then including CSS dependant code into it (WordPress). Someone here on the forums said that switching to CSS based formatting should fix the problem.
The way I am inserting the WordPress index file is by using a PHP include shown below:
<? include("joeblog/index.php") ?>
The link to the problem page is http://www.joeperrin.com
Thanx in advance for any insight to this issue.
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