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mains-aside drops down below... need help

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  • Started 10 years ago by soren
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  1. Hello!
    I have a problem where the "main-aside" that suddenly dropped to the bottom of the blogpost. This is only on the recent blogpost. I have tried to look if there is a margin or padding that is wrong but I can not see anything. I would like someone to have a look and see what can be wrong so I can solve it...

    For the moment I have no clue how to continue,,,

    The blogpost where the main-aside has dropped to below the post...

    http://www.digitalworkflow.se/farghantering-med-webblasare/

    Many thanks
    Soren

    Posted 10 years ago #
  2. you've improperly closed some html somewhere.... b/c your #primary and #secondary asides (AND the #footer div) are INSIDE the #container div when the structure should look like

    #header
    #main
    #container
    #content
    #post
    #primary
    #secondary
    #footer

    i'd check everything in your functions.php for places you've added HTML and make sure all the opening divs match up w/ closing divs

    Posted 10 years ago #
  3. @helgatheviking
    What makes it strange is that I only have this problem on one blogpost and not on the others!! I don't see anything wrong with my functions.php and if there would be something wrong would it not show up on all post-pages!?

    Thanks
    Soren

    Posted 10 years ago #
  4. no idea, but i present you with my patented debug method (warning this is sort of a pain in the ass)

    turn off all plugins
    copy everything from functions.php to a backup
    empty out functions.php
    add functions back 1 at a time until you isolate which function is causing the problem
    if that fails, turn the plugins on 1 by 1 until you isolate which plugin is causing the problem

    but if it is unique to 1 blog post i would check the HTML for that post (in the post editor of WP) first before going through my steps. it is possible you added markup that isn't properly closed

    Posted 10 years ago #
  5. you probably have a loose opening or closing <div> somewhere in that post

    Posted 10 years ago #
  6. elderberry
    Member

    http://validator.w3.org/

    Posted 10 years ago #
  7. Many thanks!

    It was an open <div> that I did not see even though I read it many times... sometimes you get really blind!

    Everything is back in order :)

    I am happy not needing to go down the road by turn off all plugins... been there once before...

    Soren

    Posted 10 years ago #

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