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Old Nov 5, 2009, 01:54 PM
Zaza
 
1 posts · Sep 2009
Exclamation Body of page being moved in to left sidebar?

Hi all,

I've been running Atahualpa for a while with just a right sidebar, and after adding a left sidebar everything appeared to be fine.

However, upon opening up my site in IE instead of Firefox, it was ruined! The entire 'body' of the page was moved underneath the left sidebar!

I've disabled the left sidebar for now except for on category pages, but you can see it happening HERE

Any help would be greatly appreciated. I tried removing all padding, and made the size really small to make sure it wasn't "squished" or anything like that, but to no avail.

Someone have an idea of what needs to be done to fix this?
 

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