I am having an issue with a new install of WP.
I installed it a couple of days ago, did not make any changes to any templates, just a base install, and I am having issues with the posts.
Posts are flowing over top of the side bar in Opera, FireFox and Safari.
In IE, the sidebar is pushed down, and a yellow error icon appears.
I have since added AJAX commenting and with or without it, it does not change. I installed a template and it does not change. Same issue regardless of what template or plugins I use.
This is the third or fourth time I have installed WP, but the first time I have done it for myself. And the first time I have had any issues with it.
There were no errors in the install, everything went smooth. I did not notice the issue until I started posting.
After that, I noticed that any “pages” I created did not work either. I created an about page, and the link showed up in the top right corner of this template, but the link did not work. I created an brand new page, same results. So I deleted them, and decided to only use posts.
When I click on the 2 RSS links on the bottom right, they give me a blank page.
You can see it here:
thanks in advance.
Looking at your source, there is a weird empty/open tag thing where there should not be a empty/open tag thing. Look at the end of this code.
<a href="http://1975firebird.creativecompulsions.com/?p=11#comments" title="Comment on Pics">Comments (1)</a> p> </
I would remove that first…
That is weird. Especially since I have not modified any code anywhere.
Can you point me in the direction of where to edit that snip of code?
I will look around and see if I can find it.
Hmmmm, I cannot find that code in any editable page, and when I view source on the page itself, I do not see that snip.
I see this:
<p class="details_small"> Filed under: <a href="http://1975firebird.creativecompulsions.com/?cat=4" title="View all posts in Thoughts" rel="category">Thoughts</a> | <a href="http://1975firebird.creativecompulsions.com/?p=11#comments" title="Comment on Pics">Comments (1)</a> </p>
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