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    I’m using the arthemia theme, and on several parts of the website, the
    tags are converted to <p> tags and it removes the space between the content (as in the headline of the website and once on the about us page):

    Home page

    You can see in the headline, there is no space between:

    “Let’s start with England:
    ENGLAND:”

    also on: http://futurepocket.com/about/

    You can see that after <h2)Frequently Answered Questions</h2> there’s supposed to be a
    but it’s been converted to <p> thus removing the space. What theme file would I have to edit to fix these changing tags?

    Thanks!

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  • page.php and index.php for frontpage.

    What exactly do I need to replace in there… wouldn’t it be under styles.css, because it defines the styles for the entire theme? If not, can you tell me what needs to be edited/removed in order to stop the changing tags?

    You want to remove:

    <h2>Frequently Answered Questions</h2>
    <p> <— This

    correct?

    Or if you’re talking about the white space you can edit this from your stylesheet.

    No no, I am not talking about the white space. There’s supposed to be a space in the post, same as with the headline. The theme functions is changing SOME, not all,
    tags to <p> tags which is removing the space that needs to be in between the text. I need to figure out what’s causing this.

    Sorry, this is it:

    View post on imgur.com

    Thanks, that fixed it for the page, but how do I fix it for the headline?

    I’ve edited the posts above, that wasn’t it. If we change h2 it fixes only that page <p> needed our attention.

    .post p {
        margin-top: 10px;
    }

    I’ve edited the margin-top but as you can see, the headline is still messed up (no space between the paragraphs, all bunched together). Anything else that could be done?

    I tried editing the following:

    #headline p, #featured p {

    margin:0;

    }

    to:

    #headline p, #featured p {

    margin-top:10px;

    }

    made no difference. I also tried changing:

    #headline p {

    padding-bottom:15px;

    }

    to:

    #headline p {

    padding-bottom:15px;
    margin-top:10px;

    }

    but still made no difference to the headline. Anymore suggestions?

    #content h2.title {
        letter-spacing: normal;
    }

    But if the titles are longer you will have a second line if the letter-spacing isn’t

    letter-spacing: -0.05em;

    Tried it, made no difference. It’s not necessarily the letter spacing, its the paragraph spacing, there’s no space between the paragraphs in the headline, I thought it would have something to do with #headline p

    No fix? Do you want me to paste my styles.css in code tags here?

    There’s always a fix if I knew exactly which heading needs this ok so for pages like this http://futurepocket.com/headline/the-struggles-of-the-stanley-cup-champions/:

    #content h2.title {
        margin-top: 15px;
    }

    And/or http://i.imgur.com/wNVb9.jpg

    There is nothing wrong with the heading, or the title, there is a problem with the actual text in the headline. You see how right now it shows:

    “As a fan of the Chicago Blackhawks, the Stanley Cup champions, I’m not too surprised about the struggles that they have been facing throughout this season. There have been various factors that are keeping the Blackhawks from performing up to their full potential. The two major factors are injuries and the roster change.
    The first and most important factor is the injuries that the team has been facing throughout the season. Since the beginning of the season, some of the top Blackhawks players have missed multiple games, including Marian Hossa, Jonathan …”

    It’s supposed to be:

    “As a fan of the Chicago Blackhawks, the Stanley Cup champions, I’m not too surprised about the struggles that they have been facing throughout this season. There have been various factors that are keeping the Blackhawks from performing up to their full potential. The two major factors are injuries and the roster change.

    The first and most important factor is the injuries that the team has been facing throughout the season. Since the beginning of the season, some of the top Blackhawks players have missed multiple games, including Marian Hossa, Jonathan …”

    There needs to be a space between the two paragraphs within the headline (it’s in the post itself, but won’t show in the headline). How do I fix that?

    Oh you know what, the image is causing that. Add to:

    .alignright {
        clear: both;
    }

    Possible fix? The image is part of the theme, so it can’t be messing up the text, and even if it is, there’s gotta be a fix for it, am I correct?

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