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  • esmi

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    Have you tried:

    – deactivating all plugins to see if this resolves the problem? If this works, re-activate the plugins one by one until you find the problematic plugin(s).

    – switching to the Twenty Ten theme to rule out any theme-specific problems?

    Well, thanks esmi.

    No problems on the plug-in front but the rogue m went away when I switched to Twentyten.

    Martin

    esmi

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    Then it would seem that your theme has a problem. Have you tried re-uploading a fresh copy?

    Well now, my site is a child theme of Notes Blog Core. I’ve reinstalled that afresh and reuploaded all my child them files and still that rogue “m” in IE 7.

    Martin

    esmi

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    Where? I can’t see any ‘M’ in IE7.

    Hello Esmi

    I think I may have been fiddling a bit if you checked out the site. I think that I might have discovered why I’m getting a problem and that’s because I have been mix and matching with pages from Notesblog Core and Twenty Ten.

    NoteBlog uses one index page and seems to use that for almost everything. I made three category pages but copied that from Twentyten rather than use the Notesblog Core single file.

    I think I might have got myself into a bit of a pickle!

    Martin

    esmi

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    That does sound like a recipe for disaster. I’d suggest copying the index.php file from Notesblog Core, renaming the new file category.php and then trimming the code right down to the minimum.

    Whatever it was, I think that’s it!

    Thanks for looking esmi

    Martin

    esmi

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    Glad to hear it’s working again.

    If you get the chance, I wonder if you might look at the paired down page that I ended up with and see if I have made any glaring errors.

    It’s not a big page, honest! (29 lines including spaces)

    Thanks

    Martin

    http://pastebin.com/9khq5Dim

    esmi

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    Since this is a category template, you can remove:

    <?php if (is_single() || is_page()) { edit_post_link(__('Edit', 'notesblog'), '<p class="admin">Admin: ', '</p>'); wp_link_pages('before=<p class="pagelink">' . __('Pages:', 'notesblog') .' &after=</p>'); } ?>

    as it will never apply. Other than that, I can’t see any obvious problems.

    Thanks again esme,

    It’s kind of you to help out.

    Martin

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