How to fix glitch in my Kubrick header html
I am using Kubrick. My home page is not displaying properly and its not a cookies/cache issue. http://ushealthpolicygateway.wordpress.com/
When I view-source, the top line says: <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC “-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN” “http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd”>
On another blog using Kubrick (which displays correctly), the first line simply has <!DOCTYPE html> without all the junk that follows, so I’m assuming that’s causing the display error. I don’t know how to edit the extraneous material out. That is, if I go to the page itself to edit, all I see is the html that follows the header. On the Kubrick Theme page, there’s an Activate button, but I worry that’s going to wipe out my existing header and very extensive right hand navigation bar.
When I go to Header under Appearance in the Dashboard, I see an option to Remove Header image or Restore Header image. Again, out of an abundance of caution, I don’t want to select either of these if there’s a risk it would affect my sidebar. It’s trivial to replace the header content, but the side navigation bar is a different matter.
Any advice would be appreciated.
The blog I need help with is ushealthpolicygateway.wordpress.com.
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Hi, thanks for the report, looking into this.
Thank you. The problem seems to have resolved itself. I presume WordPress staff did something behind the scenes. Whatever it was worked! Thanks for your prompt attention to this problem. I’ve really enjoyed using WP.
Yep, the magic happened behind the scenes. You are welcome and happy blogging :)
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