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Heading Tag Words get larger in Sidebar

PostPosted: Sat Feb 04, 2012 11:20 pm
by Haz
Hi all, I LOVE the sliding door template, but it seems that sometimes when I update either a page or a post, the words in the widget area heading tags get larger and the area where the text resides bleeds into the right side widget column...and I cannot determine the triggering event.

Each time it happens, I cannot seem to fix it, and I have to actaully start all over to get the letter sizes in the widget heading back to the smaller size.

Here is a an example of how the site looks when the widget area heading tags are right: "http://fishthinktank.com/", and here is an example when the size of the letter are blown up and the text bleeds into the right wigget column "http://aquariumbrain.com/".

Can someone please tell me what I am doing wrong or how to reset it when it happens?

Thanks!

Haz
http://fishthinktank.com/

Re: Heading Tag Words get larger in Sidebar

PostPosted: Sun Feb 05, 2012 2:39 pm
by Haz
Hi all, I needed to move forward so I am changing themes for the moment (sadly) but I have left up the example of where the the text appears larger and bleeds into the right sidebar area.

http://aquariumbrain.com/

If anyone has any insight I would gladly appreciate it, because I really love the theme

Haz

Re: Heading Tag Words get larger in Sidebar

PostPosted: Thu Jun 28, 2012 3:31 pm
by dwebster
We are having the same problem. Any chance someone can help?

Margins on home page changed how do I reset?
Using Sliding door theme; the page margins on our site www.caughtintraffic.org were fine, However yesterday, out of the blue, the homepage text margin is running into the Category sidebar text. All the other pages are still fine but i need to fix the Home page margins only. I want them the same as all the other pages (again).

Re: Heading Tag Words get larger in Sidebar

PostPosted: Wed Jul 25, 2012 12:38 pm
by wayne
Not sure but it seems to start where you've added that twitter badge? If you remove it does it fix it?