Why is form disabled?

Posted on 2012-12-22
Last Modified: 2012-12-22
I have a form just below the second paragraph here  For some reason, the input box isn't getting focus or allowing any input.  Anyone have some idea what is wrong?
Question by:brettr

Accepted Solution

brendonfeeley earned 500 total points
ID: 38715998
You can tab into it and edit it normally.

It seems to be this line causing the problem:

<p><br style="clear:both;"/></p>

Replacing that with a simple <br/> works fine.

Expert Comment

ID: 38716005
remove line 81

.post_content p{margin-top:32px;position:relative;}
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Expert Comment

by:Dave Baldwin
ID: 38716010
You have a number of tags out of order also.  The W3C Validator gave up at line 120 saying it couldn't go any further because of the </a> is nested improperly.

Author Closing Comment

ID: 38716027
Not sure why clear:both was causing that issue.  Thanks.

Author Comment

ID: 38716030
I'm using Thesis.  Not much I can do about validator issues.

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