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    Skewed page with HTML modules

    I have a page that has several html modules on it spread over 3 columns. Today, after updating one of the modules, the third column is now under the first column.

    In the past this was identified as an issue caused by having the <head> and <body> tags in the module. I have verified there are no </head> and </body> tags in any of the modules, but now it is skewed again.

    This is the page.

    What could be causing this?
    If by chance some day you're not feeling well and you should remember some silly thing I've said or done and it brings back a smile to your face or a chuckle to your heart, then my purpose as your clown has been fulfilled ~ Red Skelton

    #2
    You might have missing closing HTML tag(s). This will be hard to check manually. I recommend using an HTML beautifier tool such as this. Paste the code for each of the HTML module one at a time and click the Beautify button. This should help you see if the HTML opening and closing tags match and don't match (missing closing tags)

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      #3
      I'm not sure exactly how that works if it finds an error. I did run each module through one at a time, and didn't notice anything, but now the page is displaying correctly.

      Does it highlight a missing or out-of-place tags to draw your attention to it?
      If by chance some day you're not feeling well and you should remember some silly thing I've said or done and it brings back a smile to your face or a chuckle to your heart, then my purpose as your clown has been fulfilled ~ Red Skelton

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        #4
        It doesn't highlight but it will format the tags and indent them based on the structure.

        Here is a better tool that fixes invalid HTML.

        http://fixmyhtml.com/

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