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    Question Why are there large gaps beneath each photoset (infinite scroll)?

    I am using the plugin PXU Photoset Extended and thought my upcoming public theme (still a WIP) was finally coming through after I implemented infinite scroll (the posts on the first page remain intact). However, after loading the second page and so forth, each photoset has an enormous gap underneath it. If I don't use infinite scroll, even the first page contains these gaps. When I resize my window or 'Inspect Element,' all the posts position themselves to as they should. It's so weird and rather irritating (I've had this problem for almost a week now).
    I looked for answers and I tried my best to figure out the problem myself, but I am at a complete loss.

    Can anyone check the problem out and help me with tips, advice, fixes, etc? That's be so great.

    http://mythemecodings.tumblr.com/ - pass: ashdee222

    Thank you so much.

    I am using Chrome (testing on IE & Firefox) on Windows Vista, 1400 x 900 (if that helps at all).

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    I don't know if it will fix your problem, but you have two !DOCTYPE statements and no head tag, so the page is not well formed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DrDOS View Post
    I don't know if it will fix your problem, but you have two !DOCTYPE statements and no head tag, so the page is not well formed.
    Ah crap, I'll see if that's the problem. Thank you.

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    That doesn't seem to be the problem; I do have the head tags and one !DOCTYPE, tumblr just naturally adds the other.


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