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  • Resolved martcol

    (@hotmale)


    Hello,

    Here’s my site: martcol.co.uk/brightontherapyservice/news/

    I don’t know how to make the sidebar get to the top of the page here although, it does behave itself on other pages.

    Thanks

    Martin

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  • Open your theme’s CSS-file (wp-content/themes/karban/style.css) .
    Line 326 : remove float: left;

    div#sidebar {
    width: 230px;
    }

    Thank you for looking at that and for the suggestion. I tried editing Tge CSS but it din’t work for me. Having said that, I can only check in IE7 at the moment and will have to wait until I get home to have another go.

    I was pretty sure that it was to do with my template files.

    Thanks again

    Martin

    No, kostas123, you’re right and I’m an idiot. Tried it at home on FF and taking that float out sorted it. I’ll scrutinize the code a bit more but thanks for taking the trouble to help me.

    Martin

    @hotmale
    I have only basic kowledge of CSS . My solution is probably not the most efficient way of solving this kind of problems .
    CSS behaves totally different when dispaying content on different browsers . A more experienced volunteer could suggest a better (cross-browser ) solution .

    fixed with clear right on .post.

    Thanks – answer came through the Sitepoint forum.
    Martin

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