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Firefox is currently ignoring all of the custom includes on a site I have upgraded to 4.0.6 (http://www.212market.com). I have a site still on 3.9.6 that is displaying fine on Firefox (http://www.oindpnews.com). The 212market.com site is fine on Chrome, IE, and Safari. Can anyone help?
Thanks Sayontan, removing that one thing fixed it. I copied and pasted that in and since I don't see all that well, I didn't notice. I'll magnify everything and search through to find the other errors.