I’m using a modified version of the Minimal theme by http://rizzlestudios.ath.cx/ (site is down) and some crazy how it is adding unwanted style tags at the wp_head() hook on a fresh install with no plugins installed and nothing in the functions.php!
This is what’s showing up in my header, just before the closing head tag:
Certain script/link/meta tags are inserted by WordPress. For example, if the Admin Bar is set to display, the appropriate styles and scripts are added. Since it’s a core feature, it appears on brand new fresh installs.
@trepmal: Thanks for the response. That would make sense, except that one of the unwanted lines actually disables the admin bar — and I’m pretty sure that is enabled by default in WP. If I switch to TwentyTen it’s there…
So here’s a pastebin link to the unwanted HTML I’m getting at wp_head, which was modded out of the post above:
Yep. I went through and deleted lines one at a time, just to see if this was the unexpected byproduct of something else…ended up just hard-coding the reverse of one style tag to get rid of the top margin.
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