How to fix theme display

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    I tried to change my theme but it isn’t displaying properly. My sidebar is showing at the bottom of the page and not on the right side of my page. And when I switched back to my original theme it still doesn’t return back to it’s original format.

    The blog I need help with is



    I tried all of the steps and now my entire blog is screwed up. Half of my posts are missing and my sidebar is completely gone, it’s not even at the bottom of the page anymore. It is nowhere on the page. I now have to start a whole new blog because I don’t know how to fix this….Ugh!



    Please know that it’s not likely that any of us will take the time and energy to try and go through your posts and/or text widgets to locate the problem. You need to act on that.

    Sidebars and widgets in them do not fall to the bottom and display below posts and/or posts do not appear in sidebars unless

    (1) content has been imported into the blog

    (2) the blogger has been copying and pasting content from elsewhere, without using either icon 5 or icon 6 in Row 2 of the visual editor

    (3) or the blogger has copied and pasted invalid HTML into a text widget or left an HTML tag open

    After you go here and enable this > Settings > Writing
    _ WordPress should correct invalidly nested XHTML automatically
    “save changes”

    Like raincoaster said above see here for sorting this out >



    At the moment your homepage has no HTML errors. Bouquet doesn’t display a sidebar when there are no widgets in it. Just go to Appearance > Widgets and add them back.

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