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The websites we have are Wordpress ones. I add new things on okay but the issue is a glitch that has always been on it.

If you look on this page after the post the writing underneath is like two lines on top of each other.

http://westlancspositiveliving.org.uk/2012/01/reindeer-dash-important-news/

How can I fix this ?

Thanks

Edward.

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Find in your CSS (on line 915 of style.css for the Twenty Ten theme):

#nav-below {
   margin: -18px 0 0 0;
}

change to:

#nav-below {
   margin: 10px 0;
}

What's happening is that the #nav-below is getting pushed up into your other content due to the minus. It's not a glitch either or relevant to WordPress itself, someone just made some mistakes when styling the CSS.

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Tried that. But on our site it says its using- Twenty Ten Child I can edit Twenty Ten Theme and Twenty Elebven theme. If I look on Twenty Ten Child its not the same. Thanks. – user11959 Jan 11 '12 at 23:11
    
The file is here: westlancspositiveliving.org.uk/wpcms/wp-content/themes/… – Noel Tock Jan 12 '12 at 0:00

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