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Sidebar pushed beneath container (dual container divs)

  • I’ve read about the fixes for this issue and I realized that my theme has a container div in the header that created a fixed width section. The buddypress container is assuming that fixed width, I assume because both of them have the div id “container”. I also assume since both of them have the same div id that if I change the container size with css that my header will be altered as well, which I don’t want.

    So, my question is, is there a way to change the div id of the buddypress container so that I can set the width with css? Or will changing the div id effect the template files (being that the template files and my page.php files have to match).

    I hope I’m making sense here. Any input will be appreciated.

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