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Blog post info is in the body of the post

  1. I've noticed that, since the updates to the add media functions, my post information is often somehow displaced by my photos. The post information looks like it's part of the body of my post now. Here's an example: http://jackteddyandus.wordpress.com/2008/04/25/lately/

    I liked it better when the post info was automatically moved down below the text. Is there something I can do to prevent this from happening in the future and fix the existing posts?

    Also, I've noticed that, since the change i the way you upload photos, my portrait-oriented photos are no longer automatically rotated for me. What's up with that?

    And, by the way - I've tried to send this 3 times and it hasn't worked. Hopefully 4th time's a charm.

    Thanks in advance!

  2. seems like mine is the only question that no one wants to answer! does no one know the answer? or is it just not interesting?!

  3. I can't figure out what the issue is, actually. All your posts have identical structure when I look at them.

  4. ...hmmm...i'm talking about the information in orange that follows each post - the comments and categories sections. i think the issue os that, when you look at JUT the one post at it's individual link, it looks fine. but when you look at it on the main page, it's screwy.

    do you mind looking at the main page? http://www.jackteddyandus.com
    the first two posts look fine - and then the 3rd post, entitled "Lately" shows the weird info placement.

    thanks so much!

  5. Hi, Sandy...in "Lately" try switching the placement of those 2 photos or move one below the other.

  6. Hi, Sandy...in "Lately" try switching the placement of those 2 photos or move one below the other.

  7. dudes - my husband created a post today with only one pic and it looks awful! i'm so frustrated with these wordpress changes! does this latest example help diagnose? http://www.jackteddyandus.com

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