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Actually the gallery is a plugin, so my actual header doesn’t have any JS in it. It is coming straight from the plugin.
Believe me I have Firebug and know how amazing it is…however I’ve used “inspect” and have tried to figure out every which way to change one but not the other…I can’t seem to find the correct element that changes the left sidebar ONLY and the center sidebar ONLY. Since I want to change both in different ways, I can’t exactly edit the css of .widget. Do you know which element I should be editing? I don’t think they are measured in pixels because they seem to be fluid on different resolutions.
That makes sense, but my issue isn’t that my links are wrong…it’s that when I add register.php to my custom theme, the Sign Up link takes me to “http://domain.com/wp-login.php?redirect_to=http://domain.com/register” instead of just “http://domain.com/register .” All my links point to the /register screen, but it just redirects to the standard WP login screen instead of the register page.
Hey Andy…I just noticed when I add register.php to my custom theme, the menu-bar’s “Sign Up” link takes the user to domain.com/register, instead of domain.com/wp-signup.php. When I click the “Sign Up” link, it just redirects to the WP-Login screen.
How can I fix this? Are there some “extra” modifications I’ll need to make to register.php and activate.php to get them functioning?
Thanks again for the help