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I’ve installed the plug-in WP Post Columns http://www.samburdge.co.uk/plugins/wp-post-columns-plugin-2 which works great except for a bug that I can’t seem to get rid of.
The plug-in adds <p><br></p> immediately before the content in each column. Here is an example of what I mean http://tw2blog.fabianross.com/case-studies/.
Any suggestions on how to adjust for this until the developer fixes the problem?
hehe – he probably did that for some kind of reason known only to himself – but it will be in the plugins output code. So if he did it in php it will be within the loop he probably created…
Basically you will probably have to edit the plugin code :) it will be in there somewhere
But the question is do u knw how to edit the same… Ir else u have to wait for your developer only…
Well either use the "edit plugin" feature in wordpress or just open the plugin files, find the bit that needs changing and change it :D
Thanks for the suggestion. There was a <p> tag in the code, upon removal the plug-in works as desired.
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