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  1. #1
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    Feb 2011

    Question Text gets duplicated behind itself?

    First off, I'm new to all this, so please bear with me.

    I have a site, where everything looks good while the page loads, but when it's done loading (like after 1 sec), it's like a whole extra layer of text appears behind the original text. It kind of looks like everything is going from font-weight:normal to bold, but I have tried going through the weights and that didn't help. I would appreaciate if anyone pointed me towards the right place to look for what's causing this: (see screenshot). Thank you.

    SCREENSHOT: 343k6c3.gif

    From this screenshot, you can see the hidden layer has a different color (and I tried searching for that, but couldn't find anything).

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    Need to see some code or the live example.
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    Feb 2011

    More info ..

    It's a Wordpress theme I am using. Demo found here: http://themes.devatic.com/daisho/ ..

    At first I thought it was only my (local) site, but it happens on the demo as well.

    Animated screenshot (demo in safari): i3xyjl.gif

    Tested in FireFox, Chrome and Safari. It happens pretty fast, depending on the load-time of the page. The icons are from a font, and they are suppose to look like the thinnest version you see in the image above. What's weird is that I declared a new (!important) color along with a hover color, and what you see here is ALL THREE colors appearing:

    Zoomed icon screenshot: 1643fl.jpg

    Grey is the new color, Blue is the original color (declared over), and the Orange is the :hover color. But this happens to all the text on the site, not just the ones I have edited the colors for.

    I contacted the Theme developer, so hopefully they'll get me some answers, but if anyone has seen this before, and know what it might be, please let me know. Thanks!

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