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  1. #1
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    Hi,

    I have a page with a login script.
    The input field where the user puts their email comes correctly after text on some pages but comes before text on other pages.

    Here is a page on the site where the login is correct:
    http://bit.ly/brvGtA

    Here is a page where it is incorrect:
    http://bit.ly/c54wjh

    I have tried everything. Can someone help please?

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    That's very odd ...

    The only thing I can think of is that you have some mis-matched
    <div ...> and </div> combinations.

    For example, you might have more <div> tags than you have </div> tags.

    Looking at your source, you have these </div> commented ....

    </div>
    <!-- end #content -->
    </div>
    <!-- end #page -->
    </div>

    But I know for a fact that those closing </div> tags don't match the <div id="content">

    The comments themselves are not a problem, but you probably added or deleted
    stuff in the middle and didn't remove extra </div> tags? The problem looks the same
    on both pages, but for some reason, it is messing up only one of them.

    Not sure if that is really the problem, but it's the only obvious thing I can see.

    Make a "test" copy and start removing content until the problem corrects itself,
    then you'll know where it's coming from.






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    Quote Originally Posted by mlseim
    That's very odd ...

    The only thing I can think of is that you have some mis-matched
    <div ...> and </div> combinations.

    For example, you might have more <div> tags than you have </div> tags.

    Looking at your source, you have these </div> commented ....

    </div>
    <!-- end #content -->
    </div>
    <!-- end #page -->
    </div>

    But I know for a fact that those closing </div> tags don't match the <div id="content">

    The comments themselves are not a problem, but you probably added or deleted
    stuff in the middle and didn't remove extra </div> tags? The problem looks the same
    on both pages, but for some reason, it is messing up only one of them.

    Not sure if that is really the problem, but it's the only obvious thing I can see.

    Make a "test" copy and start removing content until the problem corrects itself,
    then you'll know where it's coming from.






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    Yeah, I was aware of that but I thought that maybe there was a more obvious thing that I was just blindly overlooking.
    Well only one way to do it now. Take the code from the good page and wrap the content of the bad page with it.

    Thanks anyway.


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