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INove Footer Has Moved

  1. I'm was doing some general site stuff, you know adding widgets and the like when I noticed the footer at the bottom of my site has moved, and it looks squished at it's new home. I don't think I selected any option to move it, if one exists at all.

    So this first image is what It used to look like, excuse the rougness of the editing: http://img824.imageshack.us/img824/8731/beforef.jpg

    Now this is where it has moved to:
    http://img31.imageshack.us/img31/1692/afteryf.png

    I'm using Chrome, also tried it in IE 7 or 8 but I get the same thing. Help to fix this would be greatly appreciated.

    The blog I need help with is shane3x.com.

  2. thesacredpath
    Staff

    This is probably caused by an open HTML tag in one of your posts.

    Go to settings > writing and select "WordPress should correct invalidly nested XHTML automatically" and then click "save changes."

    Now, starting with your latest post, open it in the editor, make one minor change such as adding a space and then deleting it, and then click "update." Check your blog and if it is back to normal, you are golden. If not, open the next post and do the same thing till it goes back to normal.

  3. I did that for the 4 newest posts with that option you suggested turned on and nothing has changed yet. I did a quick review of all the widgets I used html in and everything opens and closes correctly (aka a </br> for each
    ).

  4. Alright I found the culprit. It was the code I was using to centre my Images.

    I was using <div align=center>. <Center> code gets stripped.

    If someone could explain to me the correct format for align images in the centre position I'd appreciate it.

    <img src="http://shane3x.files.wordpress.com/2010/09/new2.png"/>

  5. Why are there no edit buttons? Anyway I managed to find it. In future for anyone else who searches this up use:

    <p align="center"><Your Code here></p>

  6. <p style="text-align: center;"><img class="aligncenter" src="http://shane3x.files.wordpress.com/2010/09/new2.png" alt="" /></p>

  7. @shane3x:

    This gets stripped out (but that wouldn't mess your layout):
    <center>IMAGE CODE HERE</center>
    This doesn't get stripped out:
    <div align="center">IMAGE CODE HERE</div>
    You probably used that but forgot the closing tag: that's what messes things up.

    But for a single image you don't need to enclose its code in div or p tags; you only need this:
    <img class="aligncenter" src="http://shane3x.files.wordpress.com/2010/09/new2.png" />

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