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  • Hello,

    I installed WordPress last night (http://www.noface4film.com) and uploaded a couple of themes. I imported the posts from my wordpress.com blog (by using the RSS feeds) to my new blog and also installed a couple of themes.

    I noticed that the themes are acting strangely in both Firefox and IE. There are two problems. One is that, no matter what theme I use, the text switches to bold halfway down the page, and the switch occurs on the same post (the post on Shaolin Soccer). Also, for one of the themes, the calendar isn’t showing up. It showed up for a little bit when I was on firefox, but when I refreshed the page the calendar disappeared again.

    Any advice please?

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  • Hit enter an extra time after the code that inserts the picture and before the part that says”Title:”

    I know it sounds weird, but on some themes, doing this after images an blockquotes is required because the style sheets aren’t always well written.

    Mark (podz)

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    Bold – check out the tags around the end of Kingdom of Heaven and in particular the technorati tags.

    podz is right… you have:
    <b> Technorati Tags: /b>

    Wow, a missing < in one post affects the other posts below it? Strange. Thanks very much you guys! I’ll fix it right away.

    Now, what about the calendar that I can’t see? I’ve switched to the theme that has the missing calendar.

    Mark (podz)

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    http://demo.negative99.com/
    It’s not in the original 🙂

    You could copy the code into it from another though.

    You’re right podz, but at the same time the screenshot shows a calendar.

    I played around with the blog, and I just noticed that the calendar AND the archives don’t show up on the main page. If you click on a permalink, if you click on a category, etc. the calendar and archives show up.

    I guess it’s the fault of the theme after all, rather than some weird WordPress quirk 🙂

    Thanks!

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