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  • doesn’t seem to be a problem anywhere

    but its like all bold for me
    look at the bottom part of the post and the side panel its bold when its not suppose to!!

    i’m just guessing here. but if you didn’t change your theme presentation at ALL when this happened,

    its probably because of your last post on the blog. the one at the top. for the last line, you bolded it. i suspect that you didn’t close it </b> properly.

    try deleting that last line or checking if the bold tag was closed in your last post
    http://complicitiq.com/?p=32

    Try viewing the source code and having a look at the point where your layout goes from ‘right’ to ‘wrong’. You should find:
    I don’t like to see you sad.<br />
    <strong /></p>

    <strong /> should be </strong>, which should fix it.

    Ronny:
    its close

    IanD:
    eerr im quite new to this stuff care to explain in more detailed steps

    basically its your latest post. the html bold (which is also called strong in wordpress) hasn’t closed properly. you’ll need to close it yourself.

    i bet if you delete your latest post (but copy and paste the contents into Word first or something so you don’t have to retype), you’ll find that everything has gone back to normal.

    its close you see

    “Truth and tears clear the way to a deep and lasting friendship.” </ strong>

    //edit
    o.O i deleted the post everytihng goes back to normal o.o repost and goes back to normal

    thanks alot!!

    Edit whichever post has the line I quoted above (probably best to turn off the WYSIWYG editor in your profile page first). In there you will probably see the <strong /> which you will have to edit to </strong>.

    great. now thank IanD and me on your blog 🙂

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