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#1 kristadior

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Posted 01 March 2010 - 06:55 AM

Hi there! I am in the process of moving my blog from one theme to another. I am converting over to StationPro.Here is one way to preview the theme since I am using the Test Drive plugin: http://kristadior.kr...heme=StationPro

I've provided some screen shots and descriptions as to what is happening to my blog, which I am customizing to fit my original blog's theme (pink girly stuff).

http://kristadior.kr...images/bugs.gif

This bug shows the gap between the top image (Subscribe button) and the button below it. The Subscribe button is a separate widget, which is the Add to Any Subscribe plug-in widget. I've removed all of the formatting that surrounded that widget, which was a big gray box. The widgets below the Subscribe button are Text Widgets, which I have entered manual HTML text into. These appear normal and are in the exact placement where I expected them to be.

In the screen shot: http://kristadior.kr...mages/bugs2.gif

You will see my widgets are down on the bottom below my blog. These widgets need to be up on the sidebar.

If you need more details please let me know.Thanks so much in advance, your help is very much appreciated!
-Krista

#2 kristadior

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Posted 02 March 2010 - 12:07 AM

Update: So, I hid the "Text" widget and my content decided to show up on the right rail, but a few widgets were still down below my blogs and didn't come up with the rest of it. I need that text widget to show up so that I can post affiliate links/images, so I still need help. I read somewhere that there could be a DIV tag not closed out somewhere in the code, but I was just looking at other forums that had posts with similar issues.

#3 jnoh

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Posted 02 March 2010 - 01:18 AM

Hey krista Make sure you widgets have titles. IF you don't include a title in your widgets, the widgets don't get constructed properly (div error)

#4 kristadior

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Posted 03 March 2010 - 08:51 PM

Adding the widget titles totally solved the problem. Thank you! I hope others will find this helpful as I've seen people across the internet with this issue.