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I’m having some trouble with the website at marensblog.dk
In IE 10 the content, header and comments is being cut off so only half is visible. Can anyone help me pinpoint the issue? I’m not the biggest CSS shark.
It’s probably because there is a P tag that is not closed:
I dag tænkte jeg, at ti …..
So basically you have P within a P…which is not OK.
But why is this only an issue in IE10?
Tried removing one of the
s – no difference. I’m pretty sure it’s more a css-thing.
There are a lot errors in that page, for one you don’t have the opening `` tag. And you have a `div` in your `head`, move it to the `body`.
There is an opening html-tag
And removing the favebook-script from the head doesn’t help me much with my content being cut off
>I’m pretty sure it’s more a css-thing.
You have 71 errors during validation. I suggest you fix those first.
I have 13 … and all of them look to be regarding something in the sidebar. None of this should affect my content.
If you won’t believe us, how can we help you?
But do you have 71 errors? Because I only find 13 … and I don’t know how to fix them.
I gave you the link….did you even look at it?
I see 13.
Yes, and it tells me 13 errors. I can send you a screendump. Most of them are “Bad value category tag for attribute rel on element a: The string category is not a registered keyword or absolute URL.”
I don’t know how to fix this … :-s
> Line 361, Column 83: An a start tag seen but an element of the same type was already open
> Line 361, Column 83: End tag a violates nesting rules.
> Line 361, Column 83: Cannot recover after last error. Any further errors will be ignored.
Start with this.
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