Formatting issue

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I am using a HTML include function and it is generating the code properly for my test html browser but it is not formatting correctly on my live site.

Here is the code:

<div class="w-section">
<div class="w-container">
    <div class="w-embed">
      <p> <a href="">Location</a> > <a href="">California</a> >  Los Angeles Metro Area</p>

It appears correct on my test browser:
Location > California > Los Angeles Metro Area

However when published on my webflow created site it looks like this:
LocationCalifornia> > Los Angeles Metro Area

I think it is a formatting issue, but I cannot figure it out.

Thanks in advance for any help anyone can give me

Hi @rickab, Can you please update your post with some more information so we can help you faster? Things like your read-only link, screenshots, and your environment info really speed things up.

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Thanks in advance! :slight_smile:

Read only link:

Screen shot:

Tested in Chrome, IE, & Firefox, all show incorrect format

Thanks for the additional info :slight_smile: Can you provide screenshots of the page, the element, and the expected result? I’m trying to narrow down your code problem.

Also, if you can provide a reduced case (duplicate your site and remove anything unrelated to the issue) that would be really helpful.

Thanks in advance! :slight_smile:

I have made a duplicate copy of the site and left on the page in questions named defdir

Here is a screenshot within webflow showing the element in question. It is %%location%% and is an embedded element. It calls information from my SQL database. It is delivering the correct code (above), it just does not format it correctly.

I expect it to return: (example based on code)
Location > California > Los Angeles Metro Area

However it returns:
LocationCalifornia> > Los Angeles Metro Area

The “>” that should be between “Location” and “California” shows up after “California” and also pushes the two words together without a space.

Also - FYI

If I copy the line “LocationCalifornia> > Los Angeles Metro Area” that is showing incorrect on my site here:

If I paste it in a text editor it shows as:

> Los Angeles Metro Area

Which is not perfect, but the end result is better than what is showing now.

Of course the end result I am looking for is still:
Location > California > Los Angeles Metro Area

I was able to figure it out by trial and error.

It was being caused by some custom css formatting that was within the template I was using.

I rebuilt the site from scratch and it worked fine.

I thought I would be able to save time using a template but learned the hard way.