I’m having trouble with what I think is a CSS issue, but I’m not sure. Take a look at the following two linked pages on my site:
The first one is having the CSS issue. Noticed how the text appears to be shortened…like it’s a part of a column.
The next one looks perfectly normal and how I want all of my pages/posts to appear.
Does anyone have any ideas on what might be happening?
Check the first page – go down to layout. It looks like you have the content-sidebar-sidebar selected instead of content-sidebar.
I take that back – open up the page in Text. You started your text inside the “Pin It” code which is 347px wide. So if you need it that way, widen that 347px.
You have content-sidebar selected. The issue is coming from the inline styles with a width declared wrapping your content:
<span id="pin-wrapper-617" class="pin-holder alignleft" style="float: none;"> <span class="pin-wrapper pin-wrapper-top-left" style="margin: 0px auto; padding: 20px 20px 0px; border: 0px none rgb(51, 51, 51); background-image: none; background-color: rgba(0, 0, 0, 0); line-height: 0px; width: 347px; background-position: 0% 0%; background-repeat: repeat repeat;">
anitac – Thanks so much for your help. I finally figured out the issue. It was related to a new plugin that I installed called Digg Digg.
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