No i dont use p tags. I just leave a line of space and the posts always show up as paragraphs. Not indented but internet paragraphs.
I haven't needed to use p tags to do this. Is there a benefit?
Also there is no blockquote in the article on the top of my page. I used blockquote in the second post, but the top one is also turning grey. And I closed every blockquote on the second article down after the parts that I wanted to show up in quotes.
See here's the first article. Here's The first couple paragraphs of it including parts that are showing up light grey.
If you missed part 1 when it was posted, you can check it out here. The Best Signings of the Offseason Part 1
<span style="font-size: x-2;">In this series of articles, I will be taking an in-depth look at what I consider to be the 20 best value free agent signings of the offseason, in no particular order.
For each signing, I will first detail what makes the signing a good one from a neutral perspective, and then I will discuss why the signing would have benefitted the Sharks (at the same contract terms unless others are discussed). Enjoy!</span>
<img class="alignleft size-thumbnail wp-image-3070" title="Ryan+Shannon" src="http://sharkcircle.files.wordpress.com/2011/08/shannon.jpg?w=113" alt="" width="113" height="150" />RYAN SHANNON - RW/C - TAMPA BAY LIGHTNING
Age. 28. Height. 5'9". Weight. 175 lbs. Shoots. Right.
Contract. 1 year, 0.625M, Tampa Bay Lightning.
2010-2011 Stats. 79GP, 11G, 27PTS, +3 +/-, 24PIM.
Ryan Shannon is a versatile forward with good speed and vision, and above average hands. His main weakness is his lack of size, but his quickness helps to make up for that. Last season he put up 11 goals, 27 points, and a +3 +/- rating in limited ice time playing for a poor Senators team. Those would be fair numbers for a third line forward on an average team, yet at .625M Shannan is now making less than most fourth liners, which means the Tampa Bay Lightning should get good value with this signing. He also has the skill set to step into the top 6 if need be, which most third or fourth liners don't. Shannon is also unique in that at 28 years of age, he is just getting his feet under him in the NHL. This means he still has the potential to improve his game further as he gains more NHL experience, whereas most NHL forwards his age have already found a set role in the league. In short, Shannon is a talented depth forward who should make an excellent utility guy for the Lightning.<!--more Continue Reading Full Post...-->
No blockquotes there, and that's copied and pasted directly from the HTML view. I think it's a problem with the theme or something else because my code was working before, it's worked for all the other psots, it even worked for these posts. I didnt change anything, but one day they were working, black text, now it's all grey. Something changed and it wasn't my code or blockquotes.