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10-26-2009, 11:11 PM
My site (tplack.com) isn't showing the content in the web browser firefox. Please tell me what appears to be the issue, and how to solve it. Thanks!


10-26-2009, 11:44 PM
Hello tylerplack,
All the <![CDATA[ stuff is what's missing. Did you put that in there?


snipped from your website:
<script type="text/javascript" src="http://www.flickr.com/badge_code_v2.gne?count=6&amp;display=latest&amp;size=s&amp;layout=y&amp;source=user&amp;user=28332962@N07"></script> </div>

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<h2><a href="http://tplack.com/2009/09/no-activity-on-website-why-tyler/">No Activity on Website… Why, Tyler?</a></h2>

<div id="info">By: Tyler - Published: September 19th, 2009</div>
<p>Wow. It has been a while since I have made a post here.</p>
<p>I am working on my new website! It is a new blog to be replacing this blog! I am not too happy with Square Space, so I am moving back to WordPress on a custom coded theme. Square Space has served me well, but I think it is time to get serious and use WordPress.</p>
<p>I will be leaking some images of the new site to you guys, so make sure you pay attention! This new site will probably be launching around the time of the new TweetROFL launch (Late December). It will focus on me as a person, and I will be doing blog posts, probably more interesting. I will be highlighting my projects and my thoughts, and my ideas. I truly do think this change is for the better.</p>

<h2><a href="http://tplack.com/2009/09/new-twitter-account/">New Twitter Account</a></h2>
<div id="info">By: Tyler - Published: September 1st, 2009</div>
<p>I am not using my old Twitter account for reasons of Twitter not being much fun anymore. I used to follow thousands of people who I didn’t care about. If you follow me, most likely, I will follow you back!</p>

<h2><a href="http://tplack.com/2009/08/macbook-vs-macbook-pro/">MacBook vs. MacBook Pro</a></h2>
<div id="info">By: Tyler - Published: August 16th, 2009</div>
<p>I got a few comments on my “ideas” video where people wanted to know what a MacBook Pro is good for, versus a MacBook. Let’s take a look at the current MacBook.</p>
<p>2.13GHz Intel Core 2 Duo</p>
<p>2 GB Memory</p>
<p>Right off of the bat, I will tell you this is not optimal for powerful tasks as your primary computer. While it can be done, it is not optimal for that task. The MacBook can handle web browsing, listening to music, editing photos with iPhoto, email, iCal, and the things that most normal people would do.</p>

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