Update: It really works perfectly basically put it in arrears.perl and also have "/------------------------------------------------/" before it. I do not really want that before it, though. What's invisible that may perform the same factor?


I have to give a section to home page, and that i require it underneath the recent posts. This is the code I am attempting to add (this adds this news section for me personally):

<div class="bintro"> 
<p style="background: #ecece0 url('images/sidebar-h3-bg.jpg') repeat-x top 
left; text-align: center; font-size: 14px; color: #4c4c4c; text-transform: uppercase; 
border-bottom: 1px solid #dbdbdb; border-top: 1px solid #ffffff; padding: 11px 0px 
11px;"><span style="color: #4c4c4c;">Mormons in the News</span></p>
</div>

<div class="intro">      
<?php if( function_exists("pl_postlist") ) pl_postlist("FFP");?>
</div>

I added it by.perl between your recent section and also the sidebar section. Regrettably, it appears to interrupt the backdrop, though oddly it appears fine in Ie.

You can observe my current site (damaged in Opera and Safari) here: http://mormonvoices.org/

You can observe how it's designed to take a look here: http://www.elegantthemes.com/preview/eNews/

I am unsure if, within the style.css file, this is what I am breaking:

.mainpost-wrap { width: 323px; float: left; background: url('images/mainpost-bg.jpg') 
repeat-x top left; padding: 20px 0px 0px; display: inline; height: 308px; }

It's similar to the backdrop is moved. I have attempted adhering my News section in various areas and files (e.g., default.php or following the sidebar), however the location I've it in appears the best choice to keep things aligned, so I am confident I am adhering it within the right location, I simply don't understand how to fix the backdrop problem.

Thank you for any help.

EDIT: I added "/---------------News--------------------/" as well as an finish so I saw much more of where it is going, also it appears like it's beginning within the sidebar header after which ending below Recent. So perhaps I want some additional code to split up it?