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First entry shows in the wrong place

  • Hi, my URL is http://www.chellyville.com and whenever I try to make my third post, my first entry gets positioned all the way at the top, under the header graphic. Here’s a screenshot of what I mean: http://img.photobucket.com/albums/0603/chellyville/wp-screenshot.jpg
    I’m thinking it may have to do with my div layers but I don’t know how to fix it, if I should add or delete more “</div>”s somewhere on the index file or something. Please, if you have any ideas let me know how to make my first entry show in the proper place, for I’d like to blog as soon as possible seeing that I haven’t done so in nearly a week. Thanks.
    -Chelly
    chellyville@yahoo.com

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  • I’ve just looked in IE and FF and all seems well.
    Did you sort it in the end ?

    Actually no, it’s still going to the top. Do you think you know what’s wrong??

    Take a look at your source code. It’s really messed up:
    You have half a page of html above another page:
    two <html>, <head>, <title>, <body> tags, etc

    Ohh…the first part is from <?php include(“http://www.chellyville.com/index_top.php”);?>. When I used b2 it allowed that but I guess now it doesn’t? Should I just deleted that line and include everything within http://www.chellyville.com/index_top.php into the index file then?

    Whether it’s b2 or something else you can never have two heads, two bodies etc. 🙂 What I mean actually – you can put them there but it will always be a mess 🙁

    Okay so if I delete <?php include(“http://www.chellyville.com/index_top.php”);?> and <?php include(“http://www.chellyville.com/index_bot.php”);?> do you think it will work again?

    Actually nevermind I fixed it. Thanks for your help, everyone!!

    Well, if you need them, do not delete! Just clean up the code. It would make your life easier, I guess.

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