I just upgraded my version of WordPress. Because I had code in my theme (design) that would no longer work with the new version of WordPress, I needed to edit the theme before I could upgrade the software. I figured while I was at it, I’d expand the width by adding another sidebar, since just about everyone has wider screens. And I tested it out on a local server, and it looked fine.
I have been using a utility in my text editor to compare files, trying to see what file is different between the theme that works on my test machine and the theme that doesn’t on my “real” site. So far I haven’t found it, and I’m beginning to think I should look at other things that are different, like plugins.
But I’m way too tired tonight. So bear with me. It’s ugly, but it’s all there and more or less legible. If anyone can point me to a solution, I’d be very grateful.
And if you can’t point me to a solution, well, a bit of sympathy would be nice.
I re-uploaded the files to the theme, this time getting them from the test website instead of from my hard drive. Who knows where I screwed up? Thanks for your patience. I would be interested in knowing who else besides Bill finds the layout too big for their screen.