My first ever ‘real’ website (in WordPress or regular html) is looking great in Chrome, Safari, and IE (9 beta and 8). I like the Twenty Ten theme as it allows me to have two different, but complementary menus, on each page.
However in Firefox 3.6.10 the Site Title appears not only where it should, but it also appears at the bottom of the right hand column where I have used a menu widget and search widget. which spoils the appearance!
By viewing any page on my site http://www.sirinc.org/test8 I can identify the responsible code in lines 217-223 (copied to Dreamweaver) which are as follows:
<!-- #footer-widget-area --> <!-- <div id="site-info"> <a href="http://www.sirinc.org/test8/" title="Mt. Diablo Branch 8, SIR Inc" rel="home"> Mt. Diablo Branch 8, SIR Inc </a> --> </div><!-- #site-info -->
By deleting this code on any one page the unwanted text is deleted, until the page is recreated. I don’t know where to look to delete anything else as I am not a programmer!
I would appreciate knowing if this is a typical Firefox behavior, a bug in my Twenty Ten theme v1.1, or what?
Thanks in advance for some helpful hints to clear this problem.
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