Damn That was nice
I am french and Metallica come finally in Hellfest 2022 to play !!! https://twitter.com/Metallica/status/1405555846969319426/photo/1
Edit: While posting this comment, it would appear that this site’s comments are actually super screwy with tag identifiers. The site actually just removes them entirely from this comment, and uses them to make new lines…?
ORIGINAL POST BELOW:
In HTML, items are defined using tags, looking like this: all items use to signify that that item has ended. Here is an example of a paragraph tag, which is the tag your having an issue with:
Text goes here, it just shows up as text in a browser.Somehow the browser found a
without a, making the browser see that the rest of the page is in that item, until noticing it just doesn’t end, and complains. It can’t exactly be fixed on your side, unless you typed
somewhere in the comment, and it was interpreted as an item.
It would appear that soundtrack release date (on this site) is based on when the draft is started, not when it is published. For exactly that reason, I just uploaded the first closing song from “So I’m A Spider, So What?” because that is my favourite from the show so far, and it shows that the publishing date is two years ago. However, while uploading the first opening, I had created a completely different draft, and the site uses the creation date and time from that draft, leading me to notice that bug. It’s a small, funny, and barely noticeable bug, but it should be easy to fix.