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  • Resolved khlota

    (@khlota)


    I’m designing on a Mac. I’m having an alignment issue in my header file in Windows Internet Explorer with my payPal button. It’s code I got from the PayPal site. (It’s not a PayPal plugin.)It’s lower than it should be, which pushes the other elements in the header below it further down. I am wondering it I just didn’t code these other elements the best way. it’s definitely something I played around with multiple times. (God I wish everyone would just use Firefox).

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  • Moderator Mark Ratledge

    (@songdogtech)

    Forum Moderator

    You’ve got some missing closing tags and a few other errors in your site code. Fixing those might solve the IE probems. (It doesn’t have anything to do with using a Mac.) Does the original theme use the PayPal button?

    Well, at one point I had no errors and still had this issue BUT i have changed some things so I shall fix the errors again and see what happens. Please stay tuned 😉 And no the original theme did not have anything with Pay Pal.

    Ok, who can look at this? There are 4 remaining errors but they all seem to be on pages that are dynamically created. I don’t see how I can access code generated by widget s I have installed – outside of clikcing ‘editor’ in the WP admin section but that doesn’t let me actually edit anything there.

    Moderator Mark Ratledge

    (@songdogtech)

    Forum Moderator

    Those last few errors are in sidebar.php. They might fix the layout problems, as they are closing tag errors. If not, then it is a subtle HTML/CSS problem with your code.

    I don’t understand. When I open my sidebar.php (which i had already looked it) I don’t see those lines of code. I realize this is where my widgets are installed but the exact phrases are not there, this is why i thought perhaps it was somewhere else.

    Moderator Mark Ratledge

    (@songdogtech)

    Forum Moderator

    My mistake; they are in your sidebar, but are generated by the Twitter widget. Try deactivating that and check the display.

    But it still might be a overall problem with your theme modifications, and I’m not an XHTML and CSS expert….

    Ahh. Well, I just installed that and they alignment has existed before this so I know that isn’t it. I am also not expert in XHTML nor CSS so this is why I am asking for help!

    ANYONE ELSE?

    Moderator Mark Ratledge

    (@songdogtech)

    Forum Moderator

    Start a new thread, and SWITCH TO DECAF.

    😉 THANKS

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