Found some XHTML invalidation in comments.php file across the three themes, resulting in missing or extra < /ol > tag. It occurs when 1) there’s only comments and no trackbacks, or 2) there’s only trackbacks but no comments. Not a major issue as most browsers will still render the page correctly. If you have not modified the comments.php, simply download the new theme pack and replace only the comments.php for your blog.
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