#Comments Is its own Page…

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    handsonaswegrow
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    Whenever someone comments on a post, they are redirected within the #comments section of the post, however, it ends up being its own page (with no post above it, its just the #comments section).

    You can see an example here: http://handsonaswegrow.com/new-birthday-tradition-make-yes-day/#comments

    How can I make it just be to the section and not to its own page?

    Jamie

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    #67648

    Gary Jones
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    It’s not a new page, but all of the main article (in fact, it looks like all of the whole page), is being shifted upwards out the top of the browser by some JavaScript.

    Disable ALL of your plugins, then test to see if it’s back to normal. If so, enable each one in turn until the problem returns to know which one is the culprit.

    My guess would be something called Zemanta.


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    handsonaswegrow
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    Thanks – I narrowed it down to the NextScripts Pro SNAP upgrade – I may have to just deal with it because that’s a must use plugin for me :)

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