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    When viewing my site on IE 10 the top post title appears in normal text not heading text (www.newmediaandmarketing.com)  Is there a way to fix this ?


    Jen Baumann

    In your style.css file, you have some invalid css.

    h2 a,
    h2 a:visited,
    .page-template-page_portfolio-php h4 {
    	font-family: ‘"Helvetica Neue", Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif;;
    	font-size: 42px;
    	line-height: 1.25;
    	margin: 10px 0 25px;
        text-decoration: none;

    The font-family should be:

    font-family: "Helvetica Neue", Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif;

    If you need technical support for your theme please file a ticket.

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    Thank you Jen..what is the difference between what I have and what you recommend ?  I don’t see any differences at all ??


    Bill Murray

    Try pasting your line and Jen’s line into a text editor on separate lines, 1 right after the other, and the differences will be visually obvious:

    1) You have an extra single quote near the start
    2) You have an extra semicolon at the end

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    Bill: Thank you very much. I know it must be frustrating for an expert like you but I am still learning.  I really appreciate your help


    Bill Murray

    @richardameyer – No problem. I’ve been around a while, and I’ve never met an expert, only those (not me!) who claimed to be expert. We’re all like you, still learning. Some just are more aware of that than others.

    Also, there are “diff tools” that will highlight the differences between 2 sets of code/CSS/etc, making a task like this pretty easy. On Windows, check out the free Notepad++ editor with the Compare plugin. It’s not really necessary for something like this specific question, but when comparing longer sets of code, it’s invaluable.

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