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  • Resolved marcus_m06


    Hi all,
    In a section of my site i have autoblogged content. The problem im having is that when ever the autoblogger finds new content and posts it, it shifts the page around i.e. sidebar moves underneath post and the post content extends to the edge of where the sidebar is.

    I’ve come up with a quick fix which is to ‘find and replace’ a string of code in new and old posts using a plugin. However, i have to go in and execute the plugin manually every day 🙁 The string i get rid of in each post, which fixes the problem, is as follows:

    <p><table border="0" width="100%">

    Is there a way to either execute the plugin “Find and Replacer” automatically or can i add/edit some code in the “Autoblogger” plugin or add/edit some code in the WordPress files to reduce the width of the autoblogged post?

    Any suggestions would be most helpful! I’ve been doing this for 6 months now…


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