Going Green | How to prevent image overlap

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  • #24312

    ccpet
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    Hi there,

    I’m trying to add in a 3rd column after the site has been running for a year or so, and am not sure what is happening. I’ve attached a picture of what is going on.

    site is http://bit.ly/gFzxhn

    Image can be seen here (can’t find how to load an image into the new forum)

    https://www.evernote.com/shard/s253/sh/17e6d06a-4343-4a37-ad62-aa2da6d6e491/ebdd5f9cc3d189b59173b74b5fbdb87a

    Thanks for any help

    #24318

    surefirewebserv
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    If the sites not responsive you’ll just have to resize the image.


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    #24321

    ccpet
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    As you may see in the picture linked, the text is also getting pushed to behind the right sidebar. So, I could resize images all I want, but that text is just getting pushed behind, and that I can’t do much about.

    #24323

    surefirewebserv
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    From looking at it and your description of adding a third column, it sounds like your two columns are styled with a pixel size.

    I can’t really tell without looking at the code but I would mess around with the widths of your columns.  And also make sure to clear your floats.


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    #24325

    ccpet
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    I have no idea how to do those things. I didn’t change anything, so am unsure why it wouldn’t just work out of the box.

    #24403

    surefirewebserv
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    Could it be the old version of Going Green? I know they updated the look a while ago, and a lot of things have changed with Genesis since the original going green.


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    #24404

    ccpet
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    It is an older version of Going Green, but the newest version of Genesis. If I upgrade to the new version of GG, will it significantly impact the overall layout? I just don’t have the time to fix a ton of broken stuff if that might happen.

    #24549

    surefirewebserv
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    It might, since your styles are all different…

    If you’re not familiar with CSS, I think you’re going to need someone to dive into the code to set it up for you…

    Is it just the columns that keep getting messed up??

    Do you have the site on a test server?


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