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  • I’ve got the same issue, but both on localhost and webhost. I believe it has something to do with the theme we’re using. I’m using pyrmontv2.

    I can manipulate the theme style.css so the look and feel is a bit adapted to the theme, but there are some rather weird things happening (like an empty <p>, youtube video is only showing a printed link in stead of embedded player,…)

    my online example

    this is where it all goes ‘wrong’ ๐Ÿ™‚

    <div class="entry">
    <!-- 3 BIB: using default template from database -->
    <div class="post1">
    <!-- Post Headline -->
    <div class="post-headline">
    <!-- Post Body Copy -->
    <div class="post-bodycopy clearfix">
    <div class="post-comments">
    <div class="bib_page_nav">
    <span class="bib_prev_link_inactive">ยซ</span>
    <a class="bib_page_number bib_selected" "="" style="font-weight:bold;" href="/blog/music/?"> 1</a>
    <span class="bib_next_link_inactive">ยป</span>
    <p> </p>
    <div class="clear"></div>
    <!-- end entry -->

    I could change the css for <code > but this will affect all my code tags. What I don’t get is why the <p code> is there before the <div class=”post1″ > ? This last one is the code in the template.
    and then there is the <code > tag under post1, but it is not in the template !
    Anyone an idea how to solve this?

    /* edit: typo’s

    I solved my issue. ๐Ÿ™‚

    Seems by copy/pasting the shortcode into the page there was a <code > tag added. Removing the tags in the html view solved my issue.
    Adding some custom css rules to the default stylesheet results in a pretty neat solution !

    Thank you, screenager! Your hint concerning the code tag solved my problem as well. It was exactly the same issue.

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