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I ran[our page] through a validator site. After trying a couple of things on the page we finally were able to eliminate the </p> when we removed the last “separator/whitespace” at the bottom of the page. I am guessing this is what you referred to when you said I had extra space? When I re-ran the validator and it did not show the </p> error.
On the same browser, I left the editor and went to go look at the media library. I navigated back to the page editor to fix a different error (bad <span> on a bullet point in a text block, my bad). When I updated the text & re-ran the page through validator, the bullet point error was gone but the </p> came back!
Not sure if this </p> is something that I can get rid of – it looks like it will keep re-generating.
I’ve removed all spaces on [example page, in private] and I’m still getting that </p> error:
Thanks so much for your help – I can see that my example page no longer has that error. I looked at the revision history to see how you did it, so I can copy this on all of the other sites’ pages, but when I made the same changes it doesn’t seem to work? Am I working in the right place?
This is the debugging field, correct? Sorry, I’m really new at this: https://www.dropbox.com/s/7nij0k12ybio6b6/debug.PNG?dl=0
Hey, thanks for the fast response!
For an example, here is the </p> error on this page: (private)
error message: https://www.dropbox.com/s/qgpup81bwdu8rl2/1.PNG?dl=0
in the source code: https://www.dropbox.com/s/2yw8c1v28vlu4la/2.PNG?dl=0
You can run any of the pages on our site through https://validator.w3.org/ and it will show the closed </p> error.
I also made you a user account (in private).
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