I’ve got a (probably silly) question: on my blog there is a sidebar, like on most blogs. But when you click on a blog entry, the sidebar gets placed below the post.
If you are logged in, it stays where it should be.
For testing purposes I created a user: Test, password is “Test01” (mind the case on both user and password) so people can see for themselves.
Thanks in advance people, really hope someone has a good idea 🙂
in what browser? (in the future dont forget to mention) Ive looked in FF, logged in and out — no difference.
actually, I take that back ..
makes your sidebar drop, whereas the most recent test post does not.
Have you validated those pages?
Oh yeah, I was using IE7 and FF2, the sidebar seems to drop in IE7.
I’ll try and get it validated properly first (could be an issue there), then see what happens 🙂
Tried FF3 beta 5 too, sidebar gets dropped at every post when not logged in.
I really don’t get all this stuff, but can i just go ahead and edit the single.php file or what? It seams to me like that file is causing some trouble since you only get the sidebar to drop in a single post view.
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