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  • You’ve got a lot of empty elements which you aren’t closing; 3 span’s and 11 li’s. That’s what’s most likely making IE render it so badly.

    I need to be much more specific. You see, I looked at my page source with Firefox and saw that there were a bunch of
    <li> that weren’t closed. The thing is, I don’t know what the corresponding folder is on my folder that I can edit. For instance, the first unclosed
    <li> is here:
    <li> <h2 class="widgettitle"><a href='http://theunsettled.org/?feed=rss' title='Syndicate this content'><img width='14' height='14' src='http://theunsettled.org/wp-content/plugins/widgets/rss.png' alt='RSS' /></a> <a href='http://theunsettled.org'>Subscribe to RSS Feed</a></h2></li>
    I’ve looked through my wp-content folder and can’t find anything that corresponds with that. Shouldn’t there be a file called “rsswidget”?</li>

    First things’s first: address your 38 validation errors. Once you’ve got valid code, then look at browser compatibility issues.

    have fun dude! I started at 47 and am now down to 15! lol it’s a whole of time consuming fun

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