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Fluid Layout Thesis HELP!!

  1. I'm having an issue with fluid layout on thesis. The two sidebars aren't where they're supposed to be. I edited the layout css so it looks like this:
    #container { width: 90%; margin: 0 auto; }<br /> #page { padding: 0.0em; }<br /> .no_sidebars { background: none !important; }</p> <p> #content { width: 50%; margin-right: 5%; float: left; }<br /> .no_sidebars #content { width: 100%; }<br /> .post_box, .teasers_box, .full_width #content_box .page { margin: 0 2.2em 0 1.1em; }<br /> .full_width #content_box .page { width: auto; }<br /> .no_sidebars .post_box { margin: 0 1.1em; }<br /> .teasers_box { width: 60em; }<br /> .teaser { width: 28.9em; }<br /> #archive_intro, .prev_next { padding-right: 2.2em; padding-left: 1.1em; }<br /> #sidebars { width: 45%; border: 0; float: left; }<br /> #sidebar_1 { width: 20%m; margin-right: 5%; float: left;}<br /> #sidebar_2 { width: 20%m; float: right; }<br /> .sidebar ul.sidebar_list { padding-right: 0em; padding-left: 0.0em; }<br /> #sidebar_2 ul.sidebar_list { padding-right: 1.0em; }
    the site is F5Accounting. Also the widgets on the bottom in the footer are way off and to the right. They should be lined up with and image to the right and text on the left. Any help would be greatly appreciated as I've been trying to figure this out for hours to no avail.

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  3. The code in the footer bar was added by you or how did you do it?
    Coz if it was added by you, you could just interchange the position of the LI elements

    If not and with CSS if you want handle this issue, then
    .sidebar_list {<br /> float: left;<br /> position: relative;<br /> width: 100%;<br /> }</p> <p>#text-8 {<br /> float: right;<br /> margin: 0;<br /> width: auto;<br /> }</p> <p>#text-9 {<br /> float: left;<br /> position: absolute;<br /> top: 0;<br /> }

  4. This forum is for help with blogs setup here at WordPress.com. In your case, you should contact the theme author for help directly.

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