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Post has moved over to right

  • I just started this this morning and it was working fine, even after putting up a few posts. But now, my posts are showing up both to the right and below the right column. Anyone have any idea what is going on? I would really appreciate some help. Thanks!

    http://www.mytwodollars.com

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  • whooami

    @whooami

    Member

    and you remove those posts and what happens?

    http://validator.w3.org/check?uri=http://www.mytwodollars.com/

    Now where that only post was, it just says NOT FOUND…its over to the right below the sitemap.

    Ugh.

    whooami

    @whooami

    Member

    look at the validation link I posted. You have structural errors related to where your opening and closing div tags are (among other things).

    Upload fresh copies of that theme’s files or download the copies you have and compare yours to the unaltered theme.

    Thanks, I see that now. But since I was working directly on the web with the theme, I guess I cant just replace it with a correct one? Did I break it forever?

    Even when I go get another theme, it works fine. Thinking I could then just switch back to the theme I wanted, i did that and its still broken. So I broke the theme, right?

    whooami

    @whooami

    Member

    You cant break a theme you’ve made no edits to. If you upload fresh copies (unchanged) than it ought to appear correctly — assuming you have cleared your browsers cache, and you are not using some other sort of server side cache (wp-cache, for instance).

    Upload from where? I am doing all of this directly on the wordpress site…i havent had to download any page yet. Appreciate your help.

    If i go select another theme, it all looks fine. (the posts). When i go select this theme again, its still looks screwed up.

    whooami

    @whooami

    Member

    the theme you are using is NOT the default theme. However you got that theme installed, you need to do it again, with FRESH unchanged files.

    I am doing all of this directly on the wordpress site …

    On what wordpress site? I think you mean where your blog is hosted, right, and that you have control over editing themes, etc..?

    Language is crucial here since you just suggested something else.

    i am at a loss here. how do i re-install the default theme if i never downloaded it? i added adsense and sitemap directly on the web, not on my computer.

    I am changing files here:

    http://www.mytwodollars.com/wp-admin

    how do i get the default template back if i changed the one on there?

    thx

    whooami

    @whooami

    Member

    ok, lets start over.

    1. where is your blog hosted?

    ——

    You are not reading my posts.

    I didnt say you needed to reinstall the defualt theme.

    The defualt theme is included WITH wordpress when you install it.

    dreamhost

    whooami

    @whooami

    Member

    1. Ok answered.

    2. How did you install the theme I originally saw when I clicked the link above? Thats this:

    /*
    Theme Name: Tiga
    Theme URI: http://www.shamsulazhar.com/wp/archives/31
    Description: A simple 3 column theme which is <a href="http://www.gravatar.com">gravatar</a> ready and also compatible with <a href="http://www.randombyte.net/blog/projects/falbum/">FAlbum</a>.
    Author: Shamsul Azhar
    Author URI: http://shamsulazhar.com
    Version: 1.0.1
    */

    From the WP dashboard, where it tells you to select a theme.

    Dashboard/Presentation

    whooami

    @whooami

    Member

    no, you didnt, thats how you activated the theme. THAT particular theme does NOT come with WordPress therefore you needed to somehow move that theme’s (Tiga) files onto your webspace.

    Thats what Im trying to tell you you need to do again, AND you need to make sure they (the files) have NOT been previously edited by you.

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