That looks like bad HTML in your theme that didn’t get closed correctly.
class="home page page-id-2 page-parent page-template-default logged-in admin-bar single-author">is probably
<div class="home page page-id-2 page-parent page-template-default logged-in admin-bar single-author">
I appreciate your input. I perhaps was unclear– I have scoured every theme php in there and cannot find that general line (or string) anywhere. Nor in the directories at my host. That’s what’s driving me crazy ! Plus, it remains onscreen during page reload making me think its a wordpress animal outside the theme…? especially since it sees me as logged in admin but a third party as not. I’m sure you are right about unclosed, but Where !?
Yeah, you won’t 🙂 I know that was horrible to say, but a lot of that is from how the theme calls various WP standards.
Is this the theme? http://wordpress.org/extend/themes/online-marketer
Thanx for being there. Yes, I’m not sure about that path- I get it from my cPanel:
public_html/moneymink.net/wp-content/themes/online-marketer, but yeah, that’s it.
I’m brushing up on my extensive library of WP codex lessons and W3 stuff, its just sooo time consuming (volumes !) and time is of the essence in getting the site straightened out. I get now why page id-xx (not “name”)is there instead of slug, e.g. I’m still looking for #sidebar…
Anyhow, if you’ve inspected, don’t you agree that the snippet appears to be “in the hall between two rooms”- body (or container) and head ? When I delete or edit in Firebug it goes away, but of course that’s a one visit fix. I’m gonna look for a code-finder or -search plugin ! Do you know of such a beasty ?
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