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    Hi there,

    I’m sure I didn’t change anything, but the background for the post div “main” (as well as “center”) is the default theme color 3f4c6b. Of course it should be white. The weird thing is that in pages, these divs show white correctly…

    The only way I see to change this is in style1.css background but that changes the theme colors on the home page as well.

    I haven’t changed any of the theme color scheme at all so I’m not sure why this is happening. I’d so much appreciate your insight!



    maybe it’s a div structure error (post background = html background because of wrong div close/open tags)? Can you provide a link to your website?


    Yeah, if you could take a look when we switch the theme over the weekend, that would be great. See thread (Purchase code hidden if logged out) -render-properly


    It seems like the page generation stops which indicates a php error. Try to replace single.php with the original file. If this doesn’t work deactivate all plugins and check if one causes this error.


    Cool. Thanks for the help. I will give this a try and let you know.


    That fixed it! It was a plugin conflict: WP-reCAPTCHA Integrates reCAPTCHA anti-spam solutions with wordpress

    Luckily we don’t need this plugin.


    Glad that you found the problem :)

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