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  • Resolved pmiller1956


    An incorrect closing tag is showing up on my main template in theme twenty eleven and I don’t know where to find it.

    The __> is showing up on my wordpress template when I use the default template.

    My problem is I don’t know where to find it.

    I have created a child theme and checked the php files, but still can’t find it.


    Go to home, about us, or any other besides blog and you will see the
    __> at the bottom of the page.

    Any suggestions.

    Thank you

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  • Moderator Jan Dembowski


    Brute Squad and Volunteer Moderator

    Looks like someone tried to remove the <div id="footerMenu"> by wrapping it incorrectly inside <!-- and -->. It would have been easier to just hide it with CSS IMHO…

    Look inside the wp-content/themes/twentyl-eleven-child/footer.php file. That may be where the typo is.

    I think it’s in the content-page.php

    Open content-page.php of your childtheme and look for this

    <!-- <div id="comments"> </div><!-- #comments -->

    If found, delete that last part.

    Wasn’t in either of those pages.

    Try looking at page.php

    if not

    then look at comments.php

    I’ve checked them all.

    I added a blog page using sidebar template and it does not show up.

    I am using the default template for the rest of the pages.

    It must be in the php but I can’t find it.

    This is what’s seen from the source, only appear on page.

    <!-- 	<div id="comments">
    </div><!-- #comments -->

    So 99.99% it must be in one of those 3 files, unless you got some plugin or other stuff that loads only on page ?

    needed to take out the <!– #comments –>

    I would have thought it was the –>

    Thank you for your assistance.

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