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  • On your new blog, you have different ids for the headers in the sidebar. you should change it either in the sidebar.php or in you css file … could that be the problem ?

    It’s probably because beginning from 1.5.x (quite annoyingly IMO) the headings for the blogroll list are put in between h2 tags.
    You have two options:
    a) there is somewhere a post that tells you what to modify in a core file to get rid of the h2 (but you’ll have to deal with it at every upgrade)
    b) to style thos h2 tags in the stylesheet by adding something like
    #menu h2 {
    margin: 0;
    padding: 0;
    font-size: 100%;}

    and probably there is a ul tag before the get links template tag which is not needed, but I might be wrong.

    Nice one Moshu, you were spot on!!

    I changed the style sheet and I did need to remove the ul tag before the get links tag, as well as the after it. It now displays perfectly in IE & Mozilla (there’s a first). The only problem I have now is that without the ul tags it does not validate as XHTML 1.0 transitional (with them it does, but does not display properly).

    Any suggestions?



    Because the <li id="categories">Techno Files: is not closed with an </li> after the last link 🙂

    Thanks Moshu. Sorted!

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