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Problems with MSIE 7

  • Whitepress theme has some problems with Internet Explorer 7. This is not related to version of my WordPress, because it is also present in preview that you can find here.
    Bug: using IE7, go to http://wp-themes.com/whitepress/.
    And then click on “Worth A Thousand Words” to view full post. Voila! The sidebar went down, right under the post and comment box.

    I’ve spent a couple of hours and didn’t figure out how to fix it.

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  • It seems like a div is missing… I’ll check it out later today… Thank you for noticing it…

    Same in Firefox 3 on Mac. But I love this theme!

    Hello again,
    I tested the theme many times (localhost) and everything seems to work fine… I’ll contact the WordPress.org admin, because I believe that something else is breaking the design…

    So feel free to download and use it!

    Nice theme u have designed,
    Actually the problem is due to log string of text.

    Check out the “Misc Stuff – abbr, acronym, pre, code, sub, sup, etc.” in ELEMENTS page of your theme demo.

    The text is causing the sidebar to slide down.

    No there is one closing div tag missing in comment.php


    You must be <a href="<?php echo get_option('siteurl'); ?>/wp-login.php?redirect_to=<?php the_permalink(); ?>">logged in</a> to post a comment.


    You must be <a href="<?php echo get_option('siteurl'); ?>/wp-login.php?redirect_to=<?php the_permalink(); ?>">logged in</a> to post a comment.

    Maybe it is wise to check the other comment options as well for the missing div tag. Comments closed has the same div tag missing.

    I still love this theme. I’m trying to make a magazine-style theme and am going to use tabbed widgets – I was going to copy your code but instead decided to have the option to use tabbed widget plugin.

    I love the bare naked style of it too, very customizable. I’d be interested in seeing what people come up with using this theme.

    Photos in posts are not showing up on the home page. I have to click on the post tile to see images. Why is that? I really need my images to show up.

    Now that I have used this theme more I see that my posts are truncated on the home page. How can I disable that?

    Okay, I figured out that I needed to change

    <div class="post_excerpt">
    <?php the_content(); ?>


    <div class="post_body">
    <?php the_content(); ?>

    in index.php. Now what do I need to change to fix the RSS feed as well?

    There is another one closing div tag missing in comment.php

    <!-- If comments are closed. -->
    <h3>Comments are closed.</h3>

    Add </div> to the end.

    What happened to the bottom line of the second container in my side bar? I have looked over the code and can’t find anything missing. http://www.skylercall.com

    @skylercall : Just add this piece of CSS to the #second_container
    border-bottom: 1px solid #999999;

    I also resolved the logout issue in version 1.1.7 (that was causing some problems).

    Hi Tsevdos,

    Can you please point me to location of version 1.1.7 download.


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