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[Plugin: WP-Members] p tag not closed bug?

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  • Plugin Author Chad Butler

    @cbutlerjr

    You’ve actually got a few closing p-tags, none of which come directly from the plugin. The forms in the plugin do not have any p-tags. Also, it runs its own filter to prevent WP from using its autop function. So, not exactly sure where those are coming from.

    Regardless, I don’t think that’s exactly the issue. The fact that these are closing tags w/o any opening tag shouldn’t throw off alignment. The default styles that are loaded with the plugin are nothing more than a guide anyway. It’s kind of intended that you would customize the CSS to blend nicely with your theme.

    That is really weird as I’ve looked through the theme’s functions.php and there are no weird filters to format content. In top of that I’m also removing the autop as well…

    I understand your point about the CSS but if the HTML code is not formatted properly then the CSS won’t be able to target it.

    I’ll keep looking and if I find the issue I’ll post it here.

    Hi anton,

    I visited your site and it seems you have sorted out the issue of the additional p tag that is throwing off the alignment for the 1st field. May I ask how did you solve it? Mine is also being thrown off alignment with the extra p tags.

    Thank you

    Having a similar issue here:
    http://www.gido-griese.de/login/
    Watch in IE9 for showing.

    Not aware of any filters or p-tags that’d be used.
    What’s wrong here?

    Plugin Author Chad Butler

    @cbutlerjr

    It looks ok to me @win7mac (of course I’m looking at it in IE9 on a PC).

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