Gallery pushes sidebar to the bottom
I tried to create a gallery (http://en.support.wordpress.com/images/gallery/ and http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/gallery-plugin/faq/), but you can see here: http://daviddoria.com/?gallery=pictures-2 that the sidebar widgets got pushed to the bottom of the page, instead of being on the right like they usually are (http://daviddoria.com/?cat=12). Is there a known way to prevent this?
I tried changing the width of “content-main” (to much much smaller), and the gallery indeed got smaller, but the menus are still pushed to the bottom. After asking around, someone suggested it could be a problem that graphene uses repeated ID’s (like ‘content’ and ‘container’) that nested (as they are ) can cause problems like this. Could that be the case?
Here is the fix:
– make content-main a grid_16
– make #container inside content-main a grid_10
– change the ID on the #content inside #container (because ids are not supposed to be duplicated).
Is this something that should be fixed in graphene?
And actually, I was doing this in Chrome Developer Tools (with guidance from someone on IRC) – where would I actually make these changes so they are applied for real?
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