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Best Answer Rob , 09 March 2013 - 05:25 PM

Peggy,

 

I think you must have an error in some coding related specifically to the form.  I'll explain my logic behind this:

1. The mis-sized code isn't really mis-sized, it's simply bolded, so likely you have an unclosed <strong> or <b> tag somewhere in the form or in custom html relating to the form.

2. The event only appears on this one page, following the form or after it, not preceding it, thus it must be something uniquely related to the form or widgets, not the page or PageLines, else it would appear elsewhere.

3. The CSS in IE9 and Firebug shows the same things.

 

Did you know IE9 has inspection tools similar to Firebug? Press F12 on your keyboard.

 

You can also review the HTML of the page using an HTML validator, which I did and found the error is coming from a text widget containing the times of your operation. See below.

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