I use the Loudvoice plugin for WordPress. Latest versions of both (all installed a few days ago).
The sidebar moves below the blog post and Loudvoice comments (remaining at the right side however) when I activate LoudVoice. When I deactivate the Loudvoice plugin, the sidebar shows on top where is should appear.
This issue only appears on all blog posts, not on home page or static pages.
(The sidebar appears correctly)
This is a print screen of the Homepage: http://prntscr.com/e0c0b4
Original URL: https://peterblogs.be/
(The sidebar is pushed down the page)
This is a print screen of a blog page: http://prntscr.com/e0c110https://peterblogs.be/agile/product-owner-1-pager/
How can this be fixed?
the wrongly displayed sidebar is probably due to an error in your HTML Code (eg. an unclosed div tag).
Could you please re-enable LoudVoice, I will then have a closer look at your HTML.
Especially error 6:
Error: End tag div seen, but there were open elements. From line 290, column 17; to line 290, column 22
Fixing these error should also fix the issue with the sidebar.
I deactivated all plugins => no issue.
I activated Loudvoice only (all others remain deactivated) => html break
I deactivated Loudvoice + reactivated all other plugins => no html break issue
I could not detect any HTML errors in our plugin. It's possible that without LoudVoice the HTML is correct because there are two HTML errors and the second one "corrects" the first one.
It seems like you have changed your theme? Could you give it a try with the new theme?
So I guess it is not the WP theme causing the problem.
The theme I use now is BeTheme.
On https://wordpress.org/support/topic/loudvoice-throwing-off-theme/ , the same problem is registered. > I checked, and manually tried to move the div class="sidebar sidebar-1 four columns" to above the above. The layout gets right.
thank you very much for the testing and sorry for the assumption that the error was in your theme.
We are currently working on the LoudVoice plugin to add and option to disallow guest postings.
At the same time we will also analyze the error with the HTML.
The update will come in the next few days.
we have finally been able to find an fix the HTML error in the plugin.
You can simply open the plugin list in your WordPress admin area and update LoudVoice to version 1.2
This should fix the error.