> Second: "end tag for element "p" which is not open". This is about the
> excerpt, I couldn't find such tag in my html, but the excerpts are
> by a plugin and maybe it has some wrong html code. Anyway, I can't find
> element in page source.
I believe you have a structure issue.
Before actually dealing with CSS, my advice is to grab your html final code,
eyes wide open, and try to organize the page with some indentation (I
believe we called like this). Something like:
With this, you will be able to properly see which </p> tag you should
After copy-paste your code onto an editor, I was able to see some not closed
</p> tags on your code. (line 183).
My editor also doesn't properly highlight the end </p> tags on lines 131 and
above, and this, normally means an issue.
Maybe your problems started there ?
Again, try to edit your code in the way posted above and you will save a lot
of headshakes. Before that, I believe we cannot logically deal with CSS, so
I've been told.
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