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Thread subject: Odd message formatting
Name Date Message
Shelley 04/06/11 06:27 am I just came onto the board and went to read the latest messages. In the thread of my Decorah post (directly after this one), Melanie's last post appears, but with THIS message box and the post buttons directly after it, as PART of her message. I checked a couple of other posts and all seem ok except that one. So I tried to post a reply and it seemed to take, and looking at the forum board, it shows me as having posted, but when I go back into that thread, there is no final message from me. It's as if something is wrong. I guess I'll find out once I hit *post* on this one.

(I AM logged in)
Trishrg 04/06/11 06:56 am That's weird. Not sure what happened there.

Looks like Melanie was trying to post THIS
Melanie 04/06/11 09:13 am That's what happens when you misplace a tag when you set up some HTML code.
martyc35 04/06/11 01:22 pm Yeah, I noted it in a thread below last night. Looked like the problem was only in the one thread. I couldn't post there, either, as it kept taking me to a "sorry you missed" page at the NPR site. I think it was an anomaly, so if you want to start a new Decorah thread, I'm sure it will work.
marty
Melanie 04/06/11 01:52 pm I went back and fixed it
martyc35 04/06/11 02:15 pm I see. Those HTML codes can be a pain sometimes. marty

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