Support » Fixing WordPress » div id="idTexpanel" Appearing in Theme

  • Resolved zakkath

    (@zakkath)


    I am writing a custom theme and when I was looking at some of it in the browser, I noticed that it is inserting <div id="idTextPanel"> around the post content.

    The code I have for the theme is s follows:

    <section class="postbody">
       <?php if ( has_post_thumbnail() ) {
          the_post_thumbnail();
       }
       the_content(); ?>
    </section>

    But what I am getting is:

    <section class="postbody">
       <div id="idTextPanel">
          <p>Lorem ipsum...</p>
       </div>
    </section>

    I know this is not being generated by a plug-in as all I have installed are Hello Dolly and Akismet and neither is active at the moment.

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  • Just something else to add, this is specific to me using the_content function. If I use the_excerpt instead I do not have this problem.

    AlfalfaAnne

    (@alfalfaanne)

    This is now marked as closed – did you find out what was causing the problem? I’m having the same issue.

    I’d rather not have all these randomly generated ids everywhere.

    Thanks!

    zakkath

    (@zakkath)

    It actually was extraneous code coming in from a paste I had forgotten to past into notepad++ first.

    AlfalfaAnne

    (@alfalfaanne)

    Hey, thanks for coming back and responding!

    Yeah, I did the EXACT same thing. So if anyone in the future reads this thread – check your text in the dashboard first. There might be a hidden div.

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