1st. This issue is not being caused by buddypress.
There is something wrong with the <div you added, did you close the <div?
did you recently change anything to the site layout, or install any plugins?
I realise that it’s not a buddypress functional problem, but as it’s a buddypress theme the wordpress forum won’t help so that’s why I am hoping to get some help here. I am really not a programmer, and have been trying to fix this last little thing for nearly a day now so was just hoping for some second eyes.
Thanks for picking up on the open div, I closed that and now the custom-post-meta div is showing. Yay!
I still can’t get the sidebar aligned though.
Here’s the archive.php if anyone feels like some light reading I’d really appreciate it.
This archive file has been hacked with another post loop and that loop is outside the content div. So, the posts on the second loop are spanning the width of the page pushing sidebar down. The code in the pastebin does not match the code on your website.
change your CSS on #nav-example to width: 1020px;
It’s too wide make the page scroll right
Thanks so much for your help, that is a little weird.
I have pasted the entire archive file again, here is the link – http://pastebin.com/z4H2mEKQ
I can’t see a second loop though?
Code is a mess. needs to be reformatted for better reading. Something is missing like a div. Look at line 53: < p class="postmetadata
Seems to be missing a closing /p tag
I guess that’s what happens when you just make it up as you go along.
@ddgdaily, download the theme again from the original website.
Get the Archive.php or the original file where it is causing you problems.
Copy and Paste the original code into your current file so everything is back to normal
Started from scratch, all works a treat now. Thanks for all your help!