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  • I have:

    <div id="slogan-wrapper">
    <div id="slogan">
    <h1>Customize any way you want it...</h1>
    With Ontario's most <strong>advanced</strong> apparel and trophy design studio, you get a <strong>perfect</strong> design, every time.
    </div><!-- slogan -->
    </div><!-- slogan-wrapper -->

    which produces:

    <div id="slogan-wrapper">
    <div id="slogan">
    <h1>Customize any way you want it…</h1>
    <p>With Ontario’s most <strong>advanced</strong> apparel and trophy design studio, you get a <strong>perfect</strong> design, every time.</div>
    <p><!-- slogan --></div>
    <p><!-- slogan-wrapper -->

    And no matter how I change the whitespace when editing in ‘HTML’, WordPress always seems to find a way to screw it up and add extra <p> tags

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