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  • Plugin Author Andy Forsberg

    (@penguininitiatives)

    That’s super weird. Try adding the following to your CSS:

    .post-entry div { background-color: #fff; }

    This shouldn’t be necessary, but it appears to fix the issue. I’m guessing there’s a missing div somewhere in your HTML on this particular post that’s likely causing the issue.

    Well. That worked for making the background of the post white, however it messed up a part of my nav bar and the background color on the bio itself. :/

    Plugin Author Andy Forsberg

    (@penguininitiatives)

    I’m sorry to hear that. It was a cosmetic CSS hack, not a fix for the core issue. It looks like you’ve discovered another solution that is working for you. If you have any desire to get this plugin working, just remove the CSS I said in my prior post and fix the errors reported here: https://validator.w3.org/nu/?doc=http%3A%2F%2Fempressenergies.com%2Fmagic-of-aligning-2%2F – it appears to be an extra paragraph tag:

    Error: No p element in scope but a p end tag seen.
    From line 207, column 480; to line 207, column 483

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