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NGG header code throws out broken images and breaks site

  • The gallery is activated in the footer here:

    http://gm-volt.mytestbed.com

    In Firefox, it throws a piece of header code at the very bottom left.
    In Opera and IE it throws out a broken image at the top, which causes the whole design to go wonky.

    Peeking at the source code, NGG insists on putting this in the
    header, and I’ve looked in each and every NGG file and I cannot find
    where it’s doing this or how to stop it.

    <meta name='NextGEN' content='1.4.3' />
    <img src="<?php bloginfo( 'template_directory' ); ?>[image here] />

    Thanks for any help.

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  • I knew as soon as I posted this, I’d figure out it was a problem between and betwixt the keyboard and the chair.

    Carry on. 🙂

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