Text cannot be altered or shown on published website. Can on rest of page??

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Here is a link to the page I am talking about: http://www.abercrombiewarehouse.com/c...

I just restarted my Flowshop design website because it messed up last time, and have encountered another problem :(

What is happening is I have a text widget at the top with text in it (as you can see), then an HTML widget for the livechat button, then I have added another text box under the HTML box but the text I put in the bottom box cannot be altered (cannot change font size, nothing happens when I press a diff font size), and the text I have entered does not show on the published website. As you can see it says 'click here to start typing your text', but in actual fact I have different text on the site editor, which is meant to be saved and published.

Also, when I type in more text into this bottom box, it doesnt give me an option to save it. Though, when I change something in the top text box, the save button becomes available to be clicked.

What is going on??????? Sooooooo frustrating... maybe it is something I am doing?

Any help would be fantastic.

Will
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Hi Will,

As per your comment on the thread http://forum.yola.com/yola/topics/web..., we'll wait to see if using a supported browser makes a difference for you.
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Ok I downloaded Firefox 3.5 and it works well now. Seems google chrome was the cause of this problem!
Hopefully it was also the cause of the last one, and I will never open the sitebuilder in chrome again.

There is still one thing which you can see on http://www.abercrombiewarehouse.com/c... and that is that the top text is spaced nicely, but the bottom is in the same size (medium) and the two lines are bunched together. Why would this happen, is it because it is at the bottom of the page? I thought the page would just keep adjusting itself (downward) to accommodate more things?

Thanks a lot for the quick help Marije
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Hi Will,

Glad to hear Firefox has solved the problem!

The reason why the bottom text is bunched together is because it's one line of text that is wrapping to two lines. If you would like it to space a bit better, a quick workaround would be to hit enter at the end of the first line.
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Ahh you are an angel thanks!