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something has gone a little bit wrong...

Discussion in 'Website Coding & Programming Forum:' started by bungle1977, Jun 21, 2013.

  1. bungle1977

    bungle1977 Member

    Hello everybody

    I'm a little bit perplexed why this has done this

    MAMA Youth Project | Our Team

    The trustees should be on the right. My only guess is that the "sidecontainer" div is nested inside another div and hasn't been set up so that the sidecontainer is in separate div.
    I can't really tell what div is what.

    Hope someone can help

    Thanks massively
     
  2. jooty

    jooty Active Member

    is it missing the </ul> at the end of the middle section?
     
  3. Corrosive

    Corrosive Moderator Staff Member

    It's got to be either something missing - closing </ul> is as good a guess as any but could equally be missing a </div> somewhere - or something added by accident could be to blame. I know I bang on about it a bit but this is exactly the reason why you should comment all closing divs before they disappear off down the page and you don't know what is what. All you can do now is balance them all out with indents and try to see what is missing or extra.
     
  4. bungle1977

    bungle1977 Member

    The problem is I didn't design it and the person who was editing did something and doesn't know what it is that has changed. The person who changed it has no web experience.
    There is a <div id="sidecontainer"> which houses "The Trustees", but other than that I don't know.

    I've found "assets/styles/theme.css?fdkjghdfkg" and within that a css

    http://www.mamayouthproject.org.uk/assets/styles/theme.css?fdkjghdfkg

    Any thoughts?
     
  5. Corrosive

    Corrosive Moderator Staff Member

    I don't think this is a CSS problem (unless they specifically told you they messed with the CSS) it looks HTML like a missing tag somewhere. Sorry dude, but you'l just have to pick through it until you find it. As I said yesterday, try balancing out the HTML tags and see what you find #needle #haystack.
     
  6. jooty

    jooty Active Member

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