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  • I need more information. Post a link demonstrating the problem and I’ll see what I can do!

    P.S. there is no “admin”. If you have an issue with a specific Theme, you should post that issue to the Theme’s specific support forum. For example, the forum for the Scrappy Theme is here:
    http://wordpress.org/tags/scrappy?forum_id=5

    For future reference, you can find the Theme-specific forum link on the Theme’s directory listing page, which for Scrappy Theme is here:
    http://wordpress.org/extend/themes/scrappy

    (Look in the lower right, under “See what others are saying”.)

    So… what is the HTML error that you’re reporting on these two pages?

    the funny html wording below on the sites wont go away. I didn’t add in any of those html codes, so I’m guessing it is the theme problem

    the funny html wording below on the sites wont go away. I didn’t add in any of those html codes, so I’m guessing it is the theme problem

    Are you talking about this?

    You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>

    That’s not coming from the Theme; rather, that’s coming from WordPress itself. It is indicating the HTML tags that are allowed to be used in the comment form.

    OIC!!!….haha how silly of me…..sorry i’m zero when come to website programming

    It would be nice to get instructions on how to remove that from showing up though.

    You can add the following code to style.css to hide that paragraph:

    p.form-allowed-tags {
       display:none;
    }

    Assuming you’re using a Child Theme, simply filter comment_form_defaults:

    function scrappy_child_filter_comment_form_defaults( $defaults ) {
        $defaults['comment_notes_after'] = '';
        return $defaults;
    }
    add_filter( 'comment_form_defaults', 'scrappy_child_filter_comment_form_defaults' );

    EDITED TO ADD:

    On second thought, whether or not you’re using a Child Theme, this code would be better in a Site Plugin, since I assume you don’t want that text to appear, regardless of what Theme you’re using.

    Six Hours that worked flawlessly…just a note if you’re a complete dummy to all this like I am…if you’re using a child theme..you must make this change in the parent theme then it will automatically roll down to the child theme!

    Chip…I’ve noticed that you can’t really make any changes to the child theme’s style sheet (unless I’m doing something wrong…ha)…you have to go into the parent theme like I said before.

    if you’re using a child theme..you must make this change in the parent theme then it will automatically roll down to the child theme!

    I’ve noticed that you can’t really make any changes to the child theme’s style sheet (unless I’m doing something wrong…ha)…you have to go into the parent theme like I said before.

    Yeah, it sounds like you’re doing something wrong. 🙂

    How do you have your Child Theme setup?

    This is what my Style Sheet looks like:
    /*
    Theme Name: Scrappy Child
    Description: A child theme template for Scrappy
    Template: scrappy
    Author: Caroline Moore
    Author URI: http://www.carolinemoore.net

    */

    @import url(../scrappy/style.css);

    That’s it! Pretty simple. Is this the info you were looking for?

    Yep! That’s exactly it.

    So: where are you overriding the parent Theme’s styles?

    When you’re in the style sheet for the child’s theme if you look to the right you can easily change to the parent theme from the drop down box. Then I just scrolled to the bottom and cut and pasted it into the parent theme (before the /*End Comments*/ part). Wa la!

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