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Sidebar relocated to bottom of Front Page

  1. My sidebar, theme Tarski, has relocated itself to the bottom of my front page. I tried following the advice from WordPress under "themes-> layout issues -> sidebar" which suggests there may be extra code in one or more of my posts, but i cant find a post with the code given in the example
    <DIV>... for example this is the html of one of the posts acting up when looked at individually:

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    We installed the recessed mirrored cabinets (minus the
    doors/shelves & without removing the protective plastic) so
    we can panel around them: <IMG class="alignnone
    cabinets but I recently heard that the humidity in bathrooms isn't
    good for meds:
    <IMG class="alignnone
    right is mine; there's an outlet inside the left cabinet and we're
    testing out the faucet on the right. This is our last work night
    before the holiday weekend installing the paneling will have to
    wait until after Christmas!
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    1- I have noticed a change in my Post list... a few posts now say [Standard] after the post.
    2- I also have been using the wordpress app which acts up every time i use it.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated!!
    Thanks.</DIV>

    The blog I need help with is madisonsquare.wordpress.com.

  2. Well, look at this forum post: OBVIOUSLY there is a problem with your codes. THere's a problem with them right in the forum.

    Look through here and I'm sure you'll find your solution;

    http://en.forums.wordpress.com/tags/sidebar

  3. I suspect that that you have been copying and pasting text from elsewhere without using either icon 5 or icon 6 in Row 2 of the visual editor. Please see here so you know how to do this correctly in the future. http://en.support.wordpress.com/visual-editor/#pasting-text

    The reason your sidebar has fallen and is displaying below your posts is either due to copying and pasting or It can also be a result of importing text containing invalid HTML. Typically this is caused by an open HTML tag in one of your posts.

    Go to Settings > Writing and select “ ___ WordPress should correct invalidly nested XHTML automatically” and then scroll down and click “Save Changes.”

    Now, starting with your latest post, open it in the editor, make one minor change such as adding a space and then deleting it, and then click “Update Post.” Check your blog and see if it is back to normal.

    If it’s not, then look for an open HTML tag and close it. Check your blog again and see if it is back to normal. If it’s still “messed up” then open the next post and do the same thing post by post until it goes back to normal.

    Best wishes with your blog. :)

  4. @madisonsquare
    Please post the complete and clickable URL starting with http:// for the blog in question.

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