Last edited by Lenny; 01-22-2011 at 02:42 PM.
Its missing a </div> if you look at that page there are 27 <div> opening and only 26 closing ones if you post a copy of the single post (single.php) it could be in there.
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looking in Appearance --> editor but don't have a single.php, could it be named something else?
I believe you need to add a "</div>" before the sidebar include.
My guess is that if you dont have a single, and you do have a home.php, it will be in the index.php. I think that is how those themes are done.
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Info was correct there was a div missing in the index.php file.
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