mitcho — 2012-09-11T21:52:34-04:00 — #1
Hi all. I woke up this morning to get a strange email from a client who I built a website for some years ago. She said all the font on the website had gone italic.
First thing I thought was she had changed the default font settings for her browser, but I decided to check anyway and she was right - all the font on the website had been changed to italic. So I did a few checks:
* checked chrome on Mac (my default browser)
* Safari Mac
* IE9 on Windows 7
And they all showed italic font on the website. The website is murdochproduce.com.au
I inspected the code in Google Chrome and it looks like the entire website content is wrapped inside <em> tags. But when I view the page source the <em> tags do not show up (indicating they are being injected into the page somehow). I logged onto the website FTP and none of the files have been changed in months.
I was wondering if anyone has encountered this issue before and had any ideas or solutions?
Thank you in advance!
ronpat — 2012-09-11T23:29:01-04:00 — #2
On line 51 of the index page, there are some <em> tags that are out of balance. Match the tags and that will get rid of the italics.
mitcho — 2012-09-11T23:35:48-04:00 — #3
Hey Ronpat - thanks mate! it turns out that is the twitter feed. Twitter must insert those <em>'s for some reason.
I've asked the client to change her latest tweet and that will hopefully fix the issue.
ronpat — 2012-09-12T00:11:45-04:00 — #4
You're very welcome. Thanks for the feedback!