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Overflow Problem w/Comments Linkand Comments

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I believe this may boil down to a problem in WordPress itself...

Go to this link and click where it says "2 comments" in the sub-title: http://themeforward.com/demo2/2011/01/17/lobortis-tellus-diam/

When the link that brings the user to the comments is clicked it doesn't just scroll users down the page, it brings them to what APPEARS TO BE a separate page (even though it isn't a separate page). This is caused by the extreme margin/padding I am using in #sidebar and #post_content which I am using for equal height columns... http://www.positioniseverything.net/articles/onetruelayout/equalheight Any fixes for this (while still using the equal height columns css)?

THE CSS:

    #container {
        overflow:hidden;
        margin:35px auto
    }
    #sidebar {
        width: 410px;   
        display:block;
        padding-bottom: 32767px;
        margin-bottom: -32767px;
        float:right
    }
    #post_content {
        display:block;
        padding-right:25px;
        padding-bottom: 32767px;
        margin-bottom: -32767px;
        margin-right:25px;
        border-right:1px solid #EEE;
        float:left;
        width: 660px
    }
#commentlist {
    list-style:none;
    width:100%
}

THE LINK:

<a href="#commentlist"><?php comments_number( 'No comments', 'One comment', '% comments' ); ?></a>

I believe this may boil down to a problem in WordPress itself...

Go to this link and click where it says "2 comments" in the sub-title: http://themeforward.com/demo2/2011/01/17/lobortis-tellus-diam/

When the link that brings the user to the comments is clicked it doesn't just scroll users down the page, it brings them to what APPEARS TO BE a separate page (even though it isn't a separate page). This is caused by the extreme margin/padding I am using in #sidebar and #post_content which I am using for equal height columns... http://www.positioniseverything.net/articles/onetruelayout/equalheight Any fixes for this (while still using the equal height columns css)?

THE CSS:

    #container {
        overflow:hidden;
        margin:35px auto
    }
    #sidebar {
        width: 410px;   
        display:block;
        padding-bottom: 32767px;
        margin-bottom: -32767px;
        float:right
    }
    #post_content {
        display:block;
        padding-right:25px;
        padding-bottom: 32767px;
        margin-bottom: -32767px;
        margin-right:25px;
        border-right:1px solid #EEE;
        float:left;
        width: 660px
    }
#commentlist {
    list-style:none;
    width:100%
}

THE LINK:

<a href="#commentlist"><?php comments_number( 'No comments', 'One comment', '% comments' ); ?></a>

Go to this link and click where it says "2 comments" in the sub-title: http://themeforward.com/demo2/2011/01/17/lobortis-tellus-diam/

When the link that brings the user to the comments is clicked it doesn't just scroll users down the page, it brings them to what APPEARS TO BE a separate page (even though it isn't a separate page). This is caused by the extreme margin/padding I am using in #sidebar and #post_content which I am using for equal height columns... http://www.positioniseverything.net/articles/onetruelayout/equalheight Any fixes for this (while still using the equal height columns css)?

THE CSS:

    #container {
        overflow:hidden;
        margin:35px auto
    }
    #sidebar {
        width: 410px;   
        display:block;
        padding-bottom: 32767px;
        margin-bottom: -32767px;
        float:right
    }
    #post_content {
        display:block;
        padding-right:25px;
        padding-bottom: 32767px;
        margin-bottom: -32767px;
        margin-right:25px;
        border-right:1px solid #EEE;
        float:left;
        width: 660px
    }
#commentlist {
    list-style:none;
    width:100%
}

THE LINK:

<a href="#commentlist"><?php comments_number( 'No comments', 'One comment', '% comments' ); ?></a>
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Comment Links CSS Overflow Problem (Updated)w/Comments Link

I believe this may boil down to a problem in WordPress itself...

Go to this link and click where it says "2 comments" in the sub-title: http://themeforward.com/demo2/2011/01/17/lobortis-tellus-diam/

When links are broken into pages (via the settings in WordPress) and the link to bring athat brings the user to the comments is clicked it doesn't just scroll users down the page, it brings them to what APPEARS TO BE a separate page that is created(even though it isn't a separate page). This is caused by the extreme margin/padding I am using in #sidebar and #post_content which I am using for equal height columns... http://www.positioniseverything.net/articles/onetruelayout/equalheight Any fixes for this (while still using the equal height columns css)?

THE CSS:

    #container {
        overflow:hidden;
        margin:35px auto
    }
    #sidebar {
        width: 410px;   
        display:block;
        padding-bottom: 32767px;
        margin-bottom: -32767px;
        float:right
    }
    #post_content {
        display:block;
        padding-right:25px;
        padding-bottom: 32767px;
        margin-bottom: -32767px;
        margin-right:25px;
        border-right:1px solid #EEE;
        float:left;
        width: 660px
    }
#commentlist {
    list-style:none;
    width:100%
}

THE LINK:

<a href="#commentlist"><?php comments_number( 'No comments', 'One comment', '% comments' ); ?></a>

Comment Links CSS Problem (Updated)

I believe this may boil down to a problem in WordPress itself...

Go to this link and click where it says "2 comments" in the sub-title: http://themeforward.com/demo2/2011/01/17/lobortis-tellus-diam/

When links are broken into pages (via the settings in WordPress) and the link to bring a user to the comments is clicked it doesn't just scroll users down the page, it brings them to a separate page that is created. This is caused by the extreme margin/padding I am using in #sidebar and #post_content which I am using for equal height columns... http://www.positioniseverything.net/articles/onetruelayout/equalheight Any fixes for this (while still using the equal height columns css)?

THE CSS:

    #container {
        overflow:hidden;
        margin:35px auto
    }
    #sidebar {
        width: 410px;   
        display:block;
        padding-bottom: 32767px;
        margin-bottom: -32767px;
        float:right
    }
    #post_content {
        display:block;
        padding-right:25px;
        padding-bottom: 32767px;
        margin-bottom: -32767px;
        margin-right:25px;
        border-right:1px solid #EEE;
        float:left;
        width: 660px
    }
#commentlist {
    list-style:none;
    width:100%
}

THE LINK:

<a href="#commentlist"><?php comments_number( 'No comments', 'One comment', '% comments' ); ?></a>

Overflow Problem w/Comments Link

I believe this may boil down to a problem in WordPress itself...

Go to this link and click where it says "2 comments" in the sub-title: http://themeforward.com/demo2/2011/01/17/lobortis-tellus-diam/

When the link that brings the user to the comments is clicked it doesn't just scroll users down the page, it brings them to what APPEARS TO BE a separate page (even though it isn't a separate page). This is caused by the extreme margin/padding I am using in #sidebar and #post_content which I am using for equal height columns... http://www.positioniseverything.net/articles/onetruelayout/equalheight Any fixes for this (while still using the equal height columns css)?

THE CSS:

    #container {
        overflow:hidden;
        margin:35px auto
    }
    #sidebar {
        width: 410px;   
        display:block;
        padding-bottom: 32767px;
        margin-bottom: -32767px;
        float:right
    }
    #post_content {
        display:block;
        padding-right:25px;
        padding-bottom: 32767px;
        margin-bottom: -32767px;
        margin-right:25px;
        border-right:1px solid #EEE;
        float:left;
        width: 660px
    }
#commentlist {
    list-style:none;
    width:100%
}

THE LINK:

<a href="#commentlist"><?php comments_number( 'No comments', 'One comment', '% comments' ); ?></a>
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