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No CSS positioning commands allowed in generated index.php code?

  • When setting up my CSS sheet I created a <div> with an align: feature for use with the post navigation feature. This snippet appeared in my template:

    /* only directly posting screen data in index.php should be aligned via css, not html tags rap content p#postnav */

    Is this a real limitation or an overlooked hold over from ‘pre-semantic’ design philosophy? Hard to be considered semantic and have places that require html placement tags.

    I can move the offending code out of index.php with a little bit of work do wonder if this is a real restriction anymore and if this automatic notice appearance inhibited.

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  • Interesting. I’ve never seen this before, but I can tell you that WordPress has ALWAYS had a semantic design philosophy. I can’t help you with this particular issue, but perhaps others will.

    Is this the default or another theme ?

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