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ultimateblogger template – sidebars move under comments on post pages only

  • I’m using the UltimateBlogger theme and when a person is not logged in while looking at an individual post (not the main page), they see the 2 sidebars have moved directly under the gray Leave a Reply box (technically within it) right after the “You must be logged in to leave a post” text. This doesn’t happen if you’re registered and logged in, which is why I didn’t see it right away, as I’m always logged in. This happens in both IE7 and in Firefox 2. To test it, I took away the comment code and everything was fine, but of course, now no one can leave a comment (i’ve since added it back). Any ideas what’s happening here? What can I do to keep the sidebars back on the right?

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  • This seems to be tied to the comments_template usage in the index.php file.

    Since this isn’t tied to just IE, anyone know how to correct this?

    Can you post a URL?

    Actually, I just solved it. In the comments.php file, I copied the:

    </div>
          <div class="comments-btm"></div>
    </div>

    code to the area just below the “you must be logged in to post a comment” text. It’s probably totally screwed up something code-wise, but everything looks great now, whether I’m logged in or not. Thanks!

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