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  • Close the <p> before opening the <ul>

    That should do the trick

    Check this now.

    The problem lies in the plugin that I am using for monthly archives. If you want, I can post the code here…

    No to code. We can see it on your site.

    <h3 class="pagetitles"><strong>Live Archives</strong></h3>
    <p><!-- begin php --><br />
    <div id="af-ela"></div>
    <!-- end php --></p>

    Change it to:

    <h3 class="pagetitles"><strong>Live Archives</strong></h3>
    <p><!-- begin php --></p>
    <div id="af-ela"></div>
    <!-- end php -->

    If you need a paragraph tag within the DIV then add an open and closed tag.

    Change this in your sidebar.php template file.

    Ugh, some new type of error. Could you please check again?

    Thank you.

    Les Bessant

    @lesbessant

    keeper of the Tiggers

    The only error showing is the one Lorelle gave the fix for above…

    I am sorry Lorelle but could you please shed some more light on this? I don’t know how to fix it. This is what I am entering in my Archive page in WP.


    <h3 class="pagetitles"><strong>Live Archives</strong></h3>
    <phpcode>
    <?php af_ela_super_archive(); ?>
    </phpcode>

    I tried tried putting <"p"> beside <phpcode> but then the plugin won’t show up.

    Ignore the errors for now, I guess.

    You need to change some of the code in the actual plugin.
    As Lorelle has said, you need to find this:
    <p><!-- begin php --><br />
    and change it to
    <p><!-- begin php --></p>
    but look in the plugin code.

    Okay. The plugin that I was using that allowed me to use PHP had some problems. So I had to switch it to another one. The page is valid now.

    Cheers.

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