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    I'm having a problem with a website I created with Artisteer - http://heartnsoulmatters.com
    From the 4 widget in the sidebar, down to the footer I can see <em> tags in the code through firebug, but however when I searched through all the PHP files I am unable to find where they are coming from to remove them.

    Thanks for any help you can give me.

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    Artisteer creates styles right in the PHP pages - look in:

    legacy-comments.php (around line19)
    functions.php (around line 488)

    The line numbers are approximate but these are the two pages where I find the <em> tags the most often.

    But to be on the safe side, I'd check all the PHP pages.
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    Thanks very much for your help, When check both of the files there is no tags there, in fact there is none in any of the .php files for this site, is what i dont understand cause I can see them in firebug.

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    Well, I'm sorry about that. I know that I find extra styling tags in the PHP files all the time, and usually I take them out because I like to keep all my styling in one or more external CSS files.

    I'm sorry I can't help you more.
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    In this case, it's not in the PHP files (probably). Somewhere in a post (likely), you have this:
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    <div class="art-BlockContent">
        <div class="art-BlockContent-body">
       <div class="textwidget"><p>Our marriage would never have survived without this counselling process. 
    &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;<span style="font-size: 75%"><em>Trish and Ben ~ Brisbane </em></span></p>
    <p>
    Why did I wait so long? Now I am who I want to be and my partner loves it!
    &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;<span style="font-size: 75%"> <em>Gregg Hanson ~ Townsville</span></p></div>  <-- it's this line here.  You haven't closed your <em> tag.
    The only thing I can't figure out is why it didn't affect the box immediately below it, although several elements have font-style set to normal, so that could be it.
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    Ok you were right, it was in the widget without a closed tag... amature mistake, thanks guys just needed a fresh view.

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    Not amateur. Just the kind of thing anyone could miss.
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