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Footer Sitemap CSS Problems

Posted on 2010-09-08
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http://kennedycatholic.org/new/

See on the bottom how in the purple background, I manually typed in the sitemap?  As you can see below the purple footer, there is another sitemap which is actually a plugin I am usicng in Wordpress to generate a footer sitemap.  How can I get it to display like the manual one?

Thanks.
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Question by:RiemenDesign
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by:Researcher37
ID: 33627388
What plugin is it?

Obviously, the content is different in those two, so are we talking just styling, or content as well?
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by:RiemenDesign
ID: 33627530
Yeah my footer was manual and the pages have changed.  Basically, I want that layout.

here is the CSS that comes with the plugin:


<style type="text/css">
<!--

#testdiv {
}

body {padding-bottom:0px!important;margin-bottom:0px!important;}
#wrapper {padding-bottom:0px!important;margin-bottom:0px!important;}

#footersitemap {
background:#EAEAEA url(../images/footer-bg.gif) no-repeat scroll center top;
border-color:#CCCCCC;
border-style:solid;
border-width:0 1px;
clear:both;
color:#607889;
font-family:lucida grande,"Lucida Grande",sans-serif;
margin:0 auto;
overflow:auto;
padding:30px 0 20px;
text-align:center;
width:950px;
font-size:12px;
color:#607889!important;
bottom:0px;
line-height:170%!Important;
margin-top:10px!important;
-webkit-border-top-left-radius:10px;
         -webkit-border-top-right-radius:10px;

 
         -khtml-border-radius-topleft:10px;
         -khtml-border-radius-topright:10px;


         -moz-border-radius-topleft:10px;
         -moz-border-radius-topright:10px;
}

#footersitemap label {color:#607889;}


#sitemapfooter {
color:#BBBBBB;
padding:none!important;
text-align:none!important;
padding:10px!important;
}

#footersitemap dt {
font-weight:bold;
}

#sitemapfooter-nav li  {
list-style-type:none!important;
}

#sitemapfooter-nav li a {
text-decoration:none!important;
color:#888!important;
}
#sitemapfooter-nav li a:hover {
color:#1FB3DD!important;
}

#sitemapfooter-nav {
  margin-bottom:0;
  margin-left:auto;
  margin-right:auto;
  margin-top:0;
  overflow-x:visible;
  overflow-y:visible;
  padding-left:3%;
width:100%;
float:left;
}

#sitemapfooter-pages, #sitemapfooter-cats, #sitemapfooter-archives {
  display:inline;
  float:left;
  margin-bottom:0;
  margin-left:0;
  margin-right:0;
  margin-top:0;
  padding-bottom:0;
  padding-left:5%;
  padding-right:0%;
  padding-top:0;
text-align:left;
}

#sitemapfooter-legal {
font-size:10px;
margin:0 auto;
padding-left:0px;
text-align:left;
color:#888!important;
}
#sitemapfooter-copyright {
float:left;
margin:0 0 22px;
padding-left:0px;
width:29%;
color:#888!important;
}

#sitemapfooter * p {
  font-size:11px;
  margin-bottom:0;
  margin-left:0;
  margin-right:0;
  margin-top:0;
  padding-bottom:0;
  padding-left:0;
  padding-right:0;
  padding-top:0;
  text-align:left;
}
#sitemapfooter-logo {
float:right;
margin:0;
padding:0 20px 0 0;
text-align:center;
width:23%;
font-size:12px;
}

#sitemapfooter-logo img {
-moz-border-radius:10px;
-webkit-border-radius:10px;
-khtml-border-radius:10px;
}

-->
</style>

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Researcher37 earned 500 total points
ID: 33628223
Looking at the plugin, it might be harder than it's worth.

You might need to edit the php code that the plugin uses to generate the content.

The plugin automatically puts pages in the left column, categories in the next column, then archives...
All your content down the left side is pages, so the plugin puts it in the pages area as noted on the css

With that said, are all your items on the left actually wordpress pages? Some could be converted to categories, which the plugin then might sort better (not wanting to get  much of the difference between pages, categories and tags.

Sorry I can't be of more help!
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