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x close button is now letter y

Posted on 2013-12-02
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The x that is used to close bootstrap modal windows has become the letter y so now there is a y in the upper right hand corner of every modal dialog.
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Question by:vrosas_03
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by:Rainer Jeschor
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Hi,
could you please provide a link to your page?
Without seeing the html source its impossible to help.
Thanks
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leakim971 earned 500 total points
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double check the file path of your resources, you may have 404 errors (files not found)
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by:vrosas_03
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I've just been replacing the weird characters with ×

Here's the code that with the character that looks like a y when loaded into a web page.
<a href="search_docs.php">×</a>  

 I think it has to do with a function I created.  Somehow the function prevented the code that replaces the weird character from running.  When I commented it out an x showed up or a times symbol.   in Vim it looks like that A but with a box next to it.
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