Thanks for testing! Glad it works on IE 8 and 9, but IE11 doesn’t seem to do the trick. Anyone having the same issue and a suggestion on how to solve it?
This is odd I can see that in IE 11 the sidebar <aside></aside> is inside the <main></main> content –
but other browsers it appears outside.
I think you need to check all elements have a closing tag.
I found out it had to do with the genesis responsive slider, since it’s not on the other pages. I removed it and everything works fine.
Now find out how exactly the slider fucks things up.
Thanks for looking into it! If you have another idea, I’d love to hear it!
You were right! It had to do with the hook I used to place the sidebar. It had a before div, but not a after. Removing it solved my problem. Thanks for steering me in the right directon!
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