WordPress css or cache problem

Hi everyone!

I’m having a problem with some css or cache thing here. Here is the site: http://www.veteranpharms.com/ I have a section where the content is on the right side only. Here is what I’m saying: http://screencast.com/t/0i5GDp04BZP
When I’m logged in the left side is empty only which is I want but when I’m not it is adding a pargaraph that I didn’t put there. http://screencast.com/t/zwUF0uP4 It should be   only so I can maintain the right side format to make it responsive. Any thoughts how I can fix this?


I don’t think it’s a caching issue, because I’m seeing the same thing.

<div class="mid-home-left">
While there may be very few tests on the medicinal properties of cannabis due to restrictions, cannabis is still believed to hold medicinal values. Veteran Pharms is dedicated to bringing you cannabis that encourages healing of the mind, body, and spirit.

Yes, but I don’t have that in the backend. http://screencast.com/t/f9Qw327IU

Ah, sorry - I’d misunderstood the problem.

No worries. My aim here is to have the content stay on the right side only and make it responsive. Would be there be an alternative of doing this so I could remove the &nbsp; on the left?

Is there any way you can post the php code for your home page?

If you are using any plugin for Caching, then the settings panel of the plugin will have a “Clear Cache” button. As per as I know, WP Super Cache Plugin has such button.

It was my .htaccess file that cause the problem. I replace it and solves the issue.

Thanks everyone!

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