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viewing single post ok when logged in, skewed when logged out

  • when im logged in admin mode, viewing my site, everything’s ok.

    when i’m logged out, the sidebar goes underneath the main post area (although the main index.php layout is ok)

    so: what happens when im logged in that’s different from when i’m logged out? is there a padding or something that increases when i log out, causing this?

    here’s my css.

    i’m using dandyna ‘i love colours’ theme. i’d ask her myself but she only seems to write in italian, and i’m too shy 😛

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  • can anyone help? I neglected to mention the sidebar only drops down to the bottom when viewing individual pages and when I’m logged out. The individual pages are ok when am logged in. The index looks ok regardless.

    im beginning to suspect this happened after a 2.12 upgrade. Has this been seen before? Any help appreciated.

    ive tried replacing header.php, footer.php, sidebar.php and index.php back to their orig (pre-tweaked) versions with no luck.

    The sidebar still goes underneath the main post when viewing single.php and ONLY when i’m not logged on. When logged on, everything’s fine.

    Will now check what the changed files are with 2.12 that might be causing this. Am running out of ideas. Pls Heeyyylllp!!

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