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    IE6 Question

    This page: http://vancouvernetworkingevents.com...2510/#more-468

    has display issues when viewed in IE6 - the post is cut off too early and the comment section does not show. Everything is fine in modern browsers. How can I get the page to show everything in IE6?

    Dotty

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    Hi, add a wrapper surounding #content and .sidebar (just those 2) and then give the wr apper haslayout
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    #wrapper{width:100%;}
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    Thanks Ryan
    That does it but I cant seem to find the right place to put the wrapper in the wordpress files. I am assuming this is a Single Post - but that page does not seem to have a sidebar reference and when I put a wrapper div around the code inthe page the sidebar slips to the bottom (only in IE6) so I made the wrapper width 480 px (the size of the content ) but that did not fix the sidebar.

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    Hi, you mgiht want to head over to the wordpress forums to figure out how to place the code.

    You don't need the sidebar referenc.e Just find hte opening of hte #content div and place one before that (id="wrapper) and then find where the #container closes (since .sidebar is the last element in there) and place a </div> before that closes
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