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 Weirdness with HTML Templates
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It's me again! This is my first time coding a skin with the HTML Templates (And they are a million times easier to work with than CFS and I love them!)

I have a couple of weird little quirks with the custom index and topic views. In my custom index, I have subforums coded into a div. I cannot click on the subforum links. I suspect I have divs overlapping somewhere but I cannot find them D:

There is a forum that displays incorrectly and I cannot for the life of me figure out why.

The index is here: http://thedraft.jcink.net

The forum displaying incorrectly is here: http://thedraft.jcink.net/?showforum=104

Thank you for being so helpful and patient with me!
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yeeep, this element is overlapping:
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remove the float:left; and position:relative; properties and replace them both with display:inline;

As far as the incorrectly displaying forum, I'd hazard a guess and say you're missing a tag somewhere in your templates that's causing the subforum list and topic list to split apart like that

EDIT;

yup dug through it again because it's quarter to four and why not

notice on the page that's fine, the #push-menu element is outside of the #wrapper element:
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whereas on the page that's borked, it's on the inside:
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somewhere or another, probably near the subforums include tag, there's an open-ended element


.. also fun fact, while rooting through there I found this default script:

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and that made me snort

This post has been edited by Dusty: Jan 14 2018, 03:51 AM
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I can't stop looking at that script and laughing! XD

Thanks for that. Changing the display to inline fixed those right up. Now it's time to find the open-ended element.
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