Blog Problems – Solved!



blog problems

I don’t know exactly what’s causing my blog to behave weirdly. Earlier today, I published an entry about the Biggest PC Myths and after I published it, my theme went nuts. The lines below the footer suddenly went to the top and my sidebar went down below my posts. Before I posted my last entry, everything was okay and I didn’t modify or make any changes to my theme prior to that.

I tried using different themes and K2 styles but it still acted the same way. When I selected the Journal style which doesn’t have a sidebar, it was fine. I also tried reinstalling WordPress itself but it didn’t fix the problem. I’m trying to figure out what’s causing this. Anyways, if any of you guys have an idea on how to fix this, please! help me.

Update:

After consulting with Abe, I was able to find the cause of the problem. First, he said that it could be the wrapper and the columns and that it didn’t match in size. I tried fixing that problem but no difference. Then he said that it could be a comment or entry itself that pushed the other info out of place. So I changed the entry status to draft and refreshed my blog. And true enough, it was my previous post that caused the problem. It had something embedded in the html but wasn’t visible in the posted entry. By rewriting the entry and removing the embedded code, I was able to fix it. Madamo gid nga salamat Abe!

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2 Comments

  1. JP Habaradas

    February 17, 2006 at 6:15 AM

    @ade – I know. That’s why I don’t use the Visual editor anymore. :D

  2. ade

    February 17, 2006 at 2:13 AM

    happens to me all the time…. i hate the WYSIWYG editor of WP.

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