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danoah

Hello, I have been trying for two days to figure out how to push the main content and comments below the sidebar content.

The problem is, I've forced a div to extend into the sidebar via CSS so that it's full width. I've also changed the css on the comments section so that it extends full width.

This usually isn't a problem except when there are long ads or short content, then the sidebar content covers up the footer div and the comments section. For an example, see here. I've also attached a screenshot.

clear:both; doesn't work when placed on anything and everything.

z-index also doesn't work.

I've also tried forcing the lower divs to load last via javascript, but that didn't help either.

Any suggestions? Pretty please?

Thanks, Dan

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Danny

Hi,

Has this been resolved, as the link you provided doesn't display the error you were mentioning?

Also, this type of customisation goes beyond what we can support. Therefore, I recommend you contact one of our Pros for assistance.

http://www.pagelines.com/pros/


Please search our forums, before posting!

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danoah

No, it has not been resolved and you won't see it until the ads load because those push it down far enough.

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Rob

Dan, how've you been?

The screenshot isn't showing and we're not really seeing this issue. Can you screenshot it again and repost? Thanks.


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danoah

If you go here, http://www.danoah.com/wp-content/uploads/screen-shot.png, and then look on the right side, you'll see that the sidebar content goes over (most of) the footer div when there's not enough content to separate the two.

That gray div (with the video, related posts, etc.) expands full width on the website. You can't necessarily tell that from this image because the white bg of the sidebar div is covering part of it up.

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Rob

Dan, for some reason, that link just doesn't like me.

You can actually upload the image via this system.

Simply click More Reply Options on the bottom right and you'll see the ability to upload files.

The link you provided was access denied.

Sorry.


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Danny

Hi Dan,

This goes beyond what we can provide support for, therefore can you contact one of our pros please, they will be able to assist you further.

http://www.pagelines.com/pros/


Please search our forums, before posting!

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