CSS, one piece of website not 'lined up'?

Pete Long
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Hi,

I struggle with css! There's a bit of my website layout that does not line up, and its not the end of the world, (its a minor annoyance). Ive looked a few time but never been able to work out where it's being set, this is the problem...

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Ref: https://www.petenetlive.com/KB/Article/0001604

where in the css is that width being set! And what do I need to change to make it line up!
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Hi,

Just remove
position: relative; 

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from #et-bio-author class
style.css line 297
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Testing......

Thank you :)

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in typical css fashion that's made the box right :) but now its moved that 'gravitar image to the top of the page?

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Hi,

ok then add
 position: relative; 

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to #et-post-share class
line 301


and keep
 position: relative; 

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for  #et-bio-author class

You have tons of Javascript errors in the console using Chrome right click /  inspect
You need to fix that as it can create visual errors.
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Thank looks like its fixed my layout - ThanQ

As for the errors is this what you are referring to?

errors
You will need to open a new question specific to that
You need to check each one and fix it

make sure the Javascript files are on your server this way you won't have CORS or missing issues
For security reason browser will block files that are not on your server/ domain
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>>You will need to open a new question specific to that

Of course not a a problem, Thanks for your help so far

Pete
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Outstanding ThanQ

>>Errors all fixed (There some things I can do!)

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