Footer broken

  • DezD

    #7285

    Hi Folks

    After adding some test posts the footer has broken.

    I’ve not changed anything other setting so cannot think why this has happened.

    Can you please give me some advice on why this has happened?

    Many thanks

    DezD

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    Kenneth John Odle

    #37683

    You’ll need to explain what you mean by this:

    Quote:
    the footer has broken.

    Link to site? It may be something as simple as an unclosed <div> or a plugin conflict. It’s really difficult to say without knowing more.

    DezD

    #37684

    Hi Kenneth

    Sorry, I hit the submit button before adding the link:

    http://www.thetravellerschronicles.com/

    Hope this helps

    DezD

    Mod

    Kenneth John Odle

    #37685

    Looks like it might be this:

    DezD

    #37686

    Hi Kenneth

    Look like what?

    Thanks

    DezD

    DezD

    #37687

    Hi Kenneth

    It seems that the problem with the footer only appears when I am logged out of the admin area.

    If I use an HTML Validator application I can see that error appears to be a closed div on line 310 (line 310 column 5 – Warning: discarding unexpected </div>) that does not have a corresponding open command but where this is being generated from I don’t know.

    Any ideas please?

    Thanks

    Deryn

    Mod

    Kenneth John Odle

    #37688

    Here is the link:

    https://forum.graphene-theme.com/graphene-support/footer-width#post-31958

    Sorry for that. It’s what happens when you’re up past your bedtime. 😉

    So yes, the validator is correct. Save your page as an HTML document, then open it in a text editor and navigate to line 310. Try to identify which main ID that is in: #content, #sidebar, etc. That should point you in the right direction.

    DezD

    #37689
    Quote:
    Here is the link:

    https://forum.graphene-theme.com/graphene-support/footer-width#post-31958

    Sorry for that. It’s what happens when you’re up past your bedtime. 😉

    So yes, the validator is correct. Save your page as an HTML document, then open it in a text editor and navigate to line 310. Try to identify which main ID that is in: #content, #sidebar, etc. That should point you in the right direction.

    Hi Kenneth

    I know what you mean, I’m at work all day then come home to get on building this site for a friend. Where are you based?

    I took a look at the post link above which mentions a text widget but I’m not using one at the moment. I tried saving as an html doc but sorry to say, I’m getting lost in it, any ideas please?

    Hope to speak soon

    Deryn

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    Syahir Hakim

    #37690

    It’s probably that Login widget. Try removing it and see if the footer returns to normal.

    DezD

    #37691

    Syahir

    Thanks for taking the time, it turned out to be a plugin called “Theme My Login” which allows the login page to be same as the theme but for reason it created a footer full width.

    Unfortunately I don’t have time to fiddle with it yet, (and I’d probably break it anyway!!).

    Can this be done any other way, perhaps directly through the Graphene Theme? It would be so much nicer to have the login page look just like the rest of the site.

    Hope to speak soon

    Deryn

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