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Problem with News CSS

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  • Avatar of Jeff Sayre
    Jeff Sayre
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    @jeffsayre

    I’ve looked ever so briefly at your site’s CSS files. It seems that you have customized the standard BuddyPress themes somewhat rather than creating a custom theme from scratch. So, here are some initial debugging steps and questions:

    1. Which version of BuddyPress are you using? The one from the large, orange “Download” button?
    2. Have you tried switching back to the default BuddyPress themes and see what happens?
    3. Have you disabled the WP-Forums plugin in WPMU backend and see if the problem goes away?

    Finally, having the proper tools can help you figure out many CSS issues. I highly recommend that you use Firefox with the Firebug Add-on.

    Avatar of Tutsie
    Tutsie
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    @tutsie

    I am using the orange “Download” version of BuddyPress, I tried switching back to the default theme and it didnt fix it, I deactivated the WP-Forums plugin and that fixed it……I would like to continue to use WP-Forums so why is that plugin affecting it?

    Avatar of Tutsie
    Tutsie
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    @tutsie

    Now I have completely ditched the WP-Forums plugin, which has fixed the problem for most of the posts, but the first post in each category still have a problem with the sidebar when you are not logged in. Once you login the post looks fine….

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    Tutsie
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    @tutsie

    OK I found the problem. Two of my other plugins were conflicting, I uninstalled one and now it works.

    Avatar of Jeff Sayre
    Jeff Sayre
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    @jeffsayre

    Tutsie-

    Great! I’m glad you’re back in business.

    As you’ve discovered, one of the first places to look when having BuddyPress issues is possible plugin conflicts.

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