Hi, I was wondering if anyone else had encountered an error where an article's headers appear doubled on mobile viewing of the page but not on desktop. I've attached a picture of the error below. I'm not sure what is causing the issue, as I've looked at the source code and didn't see any glaring errors. I've also compared the source code of this article to that of others that aren't having the mobile error, and found no noticeable clashes. Not sure what the best practices in this forum are for including source code, but here's a snippet of the code for what's shown in the screenshot:
==Description== ===Appearance === Luc is a tall, slender human with terra-cotta brown skin, wide hips, and broad shoulders. He wears a pair of large red vaquero boots, a black and gray western shirt, black pants, and a red bandana. Peeking out from beneath a wide-brimmed hat is a face with high cheekbones, almond shaped eyes, and a slightly crooked nose that looks like it was broken once or twice. His demeanor is reserved, and though he stands tall he has a penchant for leaning against things.
===Personality=== Luc has been quiet and polite in nature during most of his appearances on Sang Noire. The most notable breach of this conduct was when, upon accidentally harming a disguised Perry, he slapped the warlock as he came to.
===Abilities=== Luc is extremely adept with machetes and revolvers, the weapons he tends to favor in combat.
He's been shown to be able to supercharge one of his weapons with cold damage by spilling his own blood, usually with a machete blade or his unusually sharp teeth. ==Biography== ===Backstory=== Luc has been very quiet about his past. ===Campaign Arc One=== ====Chapter I: Party Crashers====
Is there something wrong with this? Why would this error only show up on this one page, and only on mobile? I'm really scratching my head over this one.
Here is the exact page; since I know that is going to be the next question. That certainly is an interesting issue. It appears that something is going wrong with the page rending. The tags for the edit section links are being left in/inserted in a funky manner that results in this double-text issue. As the OP mentioned, it isn't happening to other pages so I am thinking this page had the unfortunate luck of rendering while there was a bug in the parser or there is something unique somewhere else on the page that is throwing the parser off. I am not yet sure what that might be though.
But, as expected it is a UCP wiki, so the problem is almost certainly related to that.
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