Need 2 minor css fixes to finish my site (5 posts)

  1. dotnature
    Posted 9 years ago #

    Ive almost done finally customizing my site but there are still 2 css issues evading a fix.
    The first one is an ie only glitch when viewing posts, it looks fine in firefox, but in ie the post title does not align properly under the post links, it squishes between them, heres an example http://dotnature.com/?p=16. I tried to edit some .entry but ie still buggy.
    The second problem is slightly more complicated, I have gallery2 embeded into my theme and the subheader doesnt align properly, I want the embed to move up a few pixels to the header, you can see it on the top right here ( http://dotnature.com/wp-gallery2.php ), ive tried to edit the #subheader but that changes my other pages, the gallery2 has a header as well called gsHeader in there but it contains no data.
    I know this has very little to do with wp but some people seem to know css quite well around here.

  2. Michael Bishop

    Posted 9 years ago #

    So do the people on this mailing list:

  3. dotnature
    Posted 9 years ago #

    Thanks ive posted on some css forums over a week ago but havent gotten any advice so I thought Id try here since it is a wp install based on kubrick which people here are much more familiar with.

  4. NyteOwl
    Posted 9 years ago #

    Regarding the first issue you might want to check out this page:


    Not sure I follow the second item.

  5. dotnature
    Posted 9 years ago #

    Thanks for the link it took me under a minute to realize what was wrong and fix it, first problem is solved:)

    Ill try and clarify the second problem if you follow the link ( http://dotnature.com/wp-gallery2.php ) you will see on the upper right side between the header and the gallery navbar there is a some grey sidebar leftover, there is also a wierd line at bottem right above entries(rss) and coments(rss) I would like to get rid of them somehow as editing the #subheader doesnt work, it seems to be an undefined area between the #subheader and #gsHeader.

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