Sidebar Moved down page on Focus Theme

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  • #44419

    SociallyExceptional
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    Hello!

    For some reason, the sidebar here >> http://dynamadefitness.com/services/virtual-personal-training-via-skype/ is showing up way down the page compared to all of the other pages. I cannot seem to figure it out? It happened after she used the TablePress plugin, but when deactivated, the sidebar still doesn’t show properly.
    Can someone help me troubleshoot this for her?

     

    http://dynamadefitness.com/services/virtual-personal-training-via-skype/
    #44425

    rfmeier
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    Hello,

    At first I thought the issue was the css, but it looks like somewhere the sidebar is not being added to the #content-sidebar-wrap element, pushing it after the wrap. Code must have been changed somewhere.

    Here is what is looks like after I moved the sidebar back into the wrap.

    https://www.diigo.com/item/image/40chg/3agr

    Hope this sheds some light.


    #44427

    SociallyExceptional
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    Ok, that is defintiely weird. It must be tied to something with the TablePress plugin because you can add special CSS right into it for the table formatting and everything was fine until then.

    Do you have the code that you used to insert the sidebar back into the wrap? I hadn’t even gone into the main Editor yet to see what could be missing

    #44428

    rfmeier
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    Post count: 596

    Hello,

    I didn’t use code. Chrome browser lets you move around html elements and edit css on the fly. This just helps me debug the display.

    I am not exactly sure how to fix this without source code. I can only take guesses from this vantage point.


    #44431

    SociallyExceptional
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    Ok, I am not finding that inside here. Here is the stylesheet:

    https://gist.github.com/anonymous/5724966

    What also concerns me is that if I disable the tablepress, then it doesn’t fix the issue.

    #44434

    rfmeier
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    It shouldn’t be within style.css, this will probably be php code. Is this page using a specific template?


    #44437

    SociallyExceptional
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    No. Just a standard content/sidebar template.  I get confused looking at the source coding on this page, as I can see where the content-wrap is, but Im not sure where to move it to so it moves up

    #44517

    SociallyExceptional
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    Ok, according to the developer of the TablePress, this is not a plugin issue. So I am not sure where to troubleshoot this.  I’m attaching a link for the home.php and the functions.php. These are the only 2 php files for this theme. I’ve also attached the source code for this specific page.

    Any help would be appreciated. It’s hard to trace other people’s steps!

    Source code and functions.php:

    https://gist.github.com/anonymous/5729241

    #44518

    rfmeier
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    Looking over the functions.php file you posted, I am not seeing anything that would move the widget area outside of the #content-sidebar-wrap element.

    I am starting to wonder if you have an un-closed element (maybe a missing closing div?) within your post html. From the Chrome debugger, the html gets a little odd around the “Fat Blast Program©” area.


    #44519

    Debra Scott
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    you will have to go through the post code really carefully. And the sidebar widgets codes really carefullySomewhere there is an extra closing div. Using firebug on firefox if you remove this closing div it moves the sidebar up.

    <div style=”text-align: center;”><a href=”mailto:willie@dynamadefitness.com” target=”_blank”>willie@dynamadefitness.com</a></div>


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    #44520

    rfmeier
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    Bingo. Nice catch, Debra!


    #44521

    SociallyExceptional
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    Ryan- Thank you! Naturally, once I had a place to look, it popped right out. Looks like there was an extra div by the dividing line area and it wasn’t closed. I also like the Chrome debugger – I’ve never really used it before. Thanks for sharing your resources and help!

    #44522

    SociallyExceptional
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    Yes, thanks Debra! That’s exactly where I edited =)

    Thank you both!

    #44523

    rfmeier
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    You are welcome. Glad I could help.


    #44531

    Debra Scott
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    Post count: 132

    Sorry Ryan I was pouring through code and didn’t notice you had already posted.

    Glad it got sorted out anyway! :)


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