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Problem with divs in single.php (WordPress)

  • # May 4, 2009 at 6:50 pm


    I am working on a new design for my movie blog, the work in progress can be found here:

    I have a problemm with my single.php and specifically the way Firefox displays it:

    I want the commentform to appear within the white background of the "post" div, that means the bottom with the rounded corners


    should appear AFTER the comments and AFTER the comment form.

    Here is my single.php code:

    < ?php get_header(); ?>

    < ?php if (have_posts()) : while (have_posts()) : the_post(); ?>

    < ?php the_content('Weiterlesen...'); ?>
    < ?php edit_post_link('Edit','

    ‘,’‘); ?>

    < ?php comments_template(); ?>

    < ?php wp_link_pages();?>

    < ?php endwhile; else: ?>

    Sorry, no posts matched your criteria.

    < ?php endif; ?>

    < ?php get_sidebar(); ?>

    < ?php get_footer(); ?>

    The funny thing is that it works the way i want it in IE7, but not in Firefox, Firefox will push the fields for the commentform outside of the background…

    First i thought i closed too many divs or something, but i can`t find my mistake. Would be nice if someone could help.


# May 4, 2009 at 10:46 pm

Add overflow: hidden to .entrybottom and validate your html.

# May 5, 2009 at 3:21 am

I personally prefer


Overflow:hidden seems like an accident that was not originally intended to work that way… and I don’t know how to use it right ;). It looks like either one would work here.

Using clear both would make your bottom div CSS:

.entrybottom {
background:transparent url(images/layout/entrybottom.png) repeat scroll 0 0;
# May 7, 2009 at 9:25 am

Thanks for the help, it really works and i went for the

clear: both;


Thanks again :)

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