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  • Resolved Pjdavo


    Hi All,

    I’m trying to add a simple blog to my website and want the header objects (Logo and navigation menu) to appear in the same place as on my website (i.e. floating at the left and right sides of the page)

    the website is and the blog sits in a subdomain

    I’m using the free theme Skeptical from Woothemes and figure i should be able to position things the same with some basic CSS but am fairly new to it and cant seem to figure it out.

    any advice would be much appreciated.

    thanks! :O)

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  • Try this in the custom CSS:

    navigation ul#main-nav {
        margin-top: -100px;
        float: right;

    Do similar with the RSS feed using this selector:

    #navigation ul.rss {

    Hi WPyogi,

    many thanks, that has certainly made a start. I’m happy with the RSS feed where it is currently.

    however the menu and logo on my website float on the far left and right of the browser window and move as the browser is resized. I’d like the blog page to look and behave in the same way if possible.

    thanks again

    It’s probably possible to do that, but right now the problem is that the navigation is inside elements that have less than 100% widths:

    <div id="header">  set to 80% in CSS
       <div class="col-full">  set to 940px width
          <div id="logo">
           <div id="navigation">

    The 940 width is the main problem — as it keeps the navigation from moving further to the right. You might be able to change those width restrictions– try this:

    #header .col-full {
      width: 100%;


    many thanks for the tips!! much appreciated

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