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Old Jan 3, 2013, 10:16 PM   #1
hippiechickadee
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I've been doing a webpage for a local DJ for about 2 years now.

The site has been perfect (simple, easy, straight forward)

I added an HTML snippet.

We decided we didn't like it.

I deleted it and now am left with a mess!!!!

On EVERY Page, the hyperlinked "sign guestbook" and "view guestbook" are coming up as HTML snippets now!!!

I never touched those to begin with- but I can't get them "back" to being just hyperlinks and they wont wok the same anymore.

Anyone?
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Old Jan 4, 2013, 05:06 AM   #2
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You should probably post some code...
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Old Jan 4, 2013, 02:22 PM   #3
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I've been doing a webpage for a local DJ for about 2 years now.

The site has been perfect (simple, easy, straight forward)

I added an HTML snippet.

We decided we didn't like it.

I deleted it and now am left with a mess!!!!

On EVERY Page, the hyperlinked "sign guestbook" and "view guestbook" are coming up as HTML snippets now!!!

I never touched those to begin with- but I can't get them "back" to being just hyperlinks and they wont wok the same anymore.

Anyone?
Without seeing the site or the code, chances are you removed either an opening close tag or something that should be commented. Like a </tag> or < or > missing or <!--- removed when it should not be, etc. Other than just examining the code, if still unsure run an HTML validator and let it report parsing errors to you and start fixing, one by one.
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