My guess: your div that contains the posts has class=narrowcolumn. That class is floated to the left. Most of the time the problem you describe when floating divs is because the main content and menu overlap. So one of the two needs to be smaller, or the padding, margin etc needs to be lowered.
Ofcourse you can test easily whether it is too wide by setting the width very small so you’re sure that with that width they don’t overlap. If they display side by side then it’s a width/padding/margin issue.
Fixed both problems. The sidebar problem was related to my StatCounter code, so I just moved it to the footer. The off-center body was related to an extra margin value given to the header in the new default (kubrick) WP v1.5 theme. Thanks for replying, and Dawg, thanks for the compliment.
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