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  • Hi. I have just noticed that on pages/ posts where I specify the layout content-sidbar that my site is still pulling the sidebar-alt under the commments field?

    I have no idea how this is happening. I recently upgrade to version 3.2.1 and I installed Flash video player plugin. I have deactivated flash video player but this makes no difference.
    I am unaware of what change I can olny imagine I must have made to make this happen.

    Your help would be greatly appreciated.

    my default layout is sidebar-content-sidebar where everything looks okay. Again this only happens when I choose content-sidebar layout.

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  • Looked into this further and if I deactivate The Events Calendar Plugin it all seems okay, but I do not understand as it was working 100% with this plugin activated, so not sure what has changed.
    Any assistance welcomed

    Did you modify the template for the Events Calendar? How are you displaying the page?

    If the sidebar is under the content that means you’re probably missing a closing </div> tag somewhere.

    Hi Yes I have modified the template for the events calandar. Here are the two files as I have them. Sounds reasonalble. Let me know where you think I have gone wrong with my </div>


    global $spEvents;
    <?php get_sidebar( ‘alt’ ); ?>
    <div id=”content” style=” padding-left: 30px; “>
    <div id=”tec-content” class=”tec-event widecolumn”>
    <?php the_post(); global $post; ?>
    <div id=”post-<?php the_ID() ?>” <?php post_class() ?>>
    <span class=”back”>“><?php _e(‘« Back to Events’, $spEvents->pluginDomain); ?></span>
    <?php echo adrotate_group(2); ?>
    <div><span> </span></div>
    <h2 class=”entry-title”><?php the_title() ?></h2>
    /?ical=<?php echo $post->ID; ?>”><?php _e(‘iCal Import’, $spEvents->pluginDomain) ?>
    <?php if (the_event_end_date() > time() ) { ?><small><?php _e(‘This event has passed.’, $spEvents->pluginDomain) ?></small> <?php } ?>
    <div id=”tec-event-meta”>
    <dl class=”column”>
    <dt><?php _e(‘Start:’, $spEvents->pluginDomain) ?></dt>
    <dd><?php echo the_event_start_date(); ?></dd>
    <?php if (the_event_start_date() !== the_event_end_date() ) { ?>
    <dt><?php _e(‘End:’, $spEvents->pluginDomain) ?></dt>
    <dd><?php echo the_event_end_date(); ?></dd>
    <?php } ?>
    <?php if ( the_event_cost() ) : ?>
    <dt><?php _e(‘Cost:’, $spEvents->pluginDomain) ?></dt>
    <dd><?php echo the_event_cost(); ?></dd>
    <?php endif; ?>
    <dl class=”column”>
    <?php if(the_event_venue()) : ?>
    <dt><?php _e(‘Venue:’, $spEvents->pluginDomain) ?></dt>
    <dd><?php echo the_event_venue(); ?></dd>
    <?php endif; ?>
    <?php if(the_event_phone()) : ?>
    <dt><?php _e(‘Phone:’, $spEvents->pluginDomain) ?></dt>
    <dd><?php echo the_event_phone(); ?></dd>
    <?php endif; ?>
    <?php if( tec_address_exists( $post->ID ) ) : ?>
    <?php _e(‘Address:’, $spEvents->pluginDomain) ?>
    <?php if( get_post_meta( $post->ID, ‘_EventShowMapLink’, true ) == ‘true’ ) : ?>
    <?php $mapArgs = array(“f”=>”q”,”source”=>”s_q”,”geocode”=>””); ?>
    ” title=”<?php _e(‘Click to view a Google Map’, $spEvents->pluginDomain); ?>” target=”_blank”><?php _e(‘Google Map’, $spEvents->pluginDomain ); ?>
    <?php endif; ?>
    <?php tec_event_address( $post->ID ); ?>
    <?php endif; ?>
    <?php if( get_post_meta( $post->ID, ‘_EventShowMap’, true ) == ‘true’ ) : ?>
    <?php if( tec_address_exists( $post->ID ) ) event_google_map_embed(); ?>
    <?php endif; ?>
    <div class=”entry”>
    <?php the_content(); ?>
    <?php if (function_exists(‘the_event_ticket_form’)) { the_event_ticket_form(); } ?>
    <?php edit_post_link(‘Edit’, ‘<span class=”edit-link”>’, ‘</span>’); ?>
    </div><!– post –>

    <?php if(eventsGetOptionValue(‘showComments’,’no’) == ‘yes’){ comments_template();} ?>

    <?php genesis_author_box( ‘single’ );

    <?php genesis_get_comments_template();


    </div></div><!– tec-content –>
    <?php get_sidebar(); ?>



    global $spEvents;
    <div id=”content-sidebar-wrap”>
    <div id=”tec-content” class=”grid”>
    <div id=’tec-events-calendar-header’ class=”clearfix”>
    <h2 class=”tec-cal-title”><?php _e(‘Calendar of Events’, $spEvents->pluginDomain) ?></h2>
    <span class=’tec-month-nav’>
    <span class=’tec-prev-month’>
    ← <?php echo events_get_previous_month_text(); ?>


    <?php get_jump_to_date_calendar( “tec-” ); ?>

    <span class=’tec-next-month’>
    <?php echo events_get_next_month_text(); ?> →


    <span class=’tec-calendar-buttons’>
    ‘><?php _e(‘Event List’, $spEvents->pluginDomain)?>
    ‘><?php _e(‘Calendar’, $spEvents->pluginDomain)?>
    </div><!– tec-events-calendar-header –>
    global $wp_query;
    $tecCatObject = get_category( $wp_query->query_vars[‘cat’])
    /?ical=<?php echo $tecCatObject->slug; ?>”><?php _e(‘iCal Import’, $spEvents->pluginDomain) ?>
    <?php event_grid_view(); // See the plugins/the-events-calendar/views/table.php template for customization ?>
    <?php /* For custom template builders…
    * The following init method should be called before any other loop happens.
    $wp_query->init(); ?>
    <?php get_sidebar( ‘alt’ ); ?>
    <?php get_footer(); ?>

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