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  • After getting one issue resolved, I’m faced with another. My sidebar has been knocked out of place. It’s now appearing below my comments. How do I fix this?

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  • This sounds like a css problem.

    When you have two DIV side by side using css you have to give each DIV a width so that is knows where to put each column you are creating.

    Now say you have content in one of the DIVs that is causing it to strech out, it will bump the last DIV below.

    You could fix this by adjusting the container DIV that is ‘holding’ the two side by side divs.

    Hope this helps, CSS can be a battle, especially between browsers. But good luck!

    Without a link to the site it’s hard to guess. It could be the problem noted above, or it may be an image that is too large for your content or sidebar.

    i’ve got the same problem, and the solution was the image too large, delete or modify, i tried and it works.

    http://www.x14.org

    *wordpress 2 upgraded from 1.5
    *bluehorizon theme (modified)

    🙂

    My problem is that I added a Firefox button (admittedly large, but not TOO large) and the Technorati embed code at the top of my sidebar. This caused the top of the sidebar to “break.” In trying to clean up the tags (particularly the unordered list), I made things…. well, worse.

    http://www.sailpoet.com/myblog

    My question is: does the Firefox button fall under the UL LI hierarchy or not at all? I’ve tried both ways with disastrous results. I’m pretty sure it’s a glitch in my poor abused code and not the button size itself.

    Thanks!

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