It seems to be an issue of the Publish Online view version only. (If I click on the download button, I get a flawless PDF.) The document is rendered as HTML pages. I see in the source code the "boxes" that contain the symbols and the text line, but someway in disorder.
I wondered why InDesign has a problem with this left hand decoration symbol. How did you create the symbol? It seems to be the letter "m" of a dingbat font, is it?
But only one can be the letter "m", the left hand OR the right hand symbol, never both. Did you mirror it? If yes, which one?
[By the way - the older magazines (216, 215 ...) are published with wordpress as PDF. There's no issue.]
Thank you for your note, Fenja. I used Adobe Wood Type for the decoration. I believe I set the one at left first...then copied it, pasted and flipped it horizontally. That must be the cause of the problem.
To solve the issue in the future I will simply make the entire line a graphic. I've had no other glitches using Publish. The other issues you referenced were exported as PDFs from InDesign and I did not use Publish.
To solve the issue in the future I will simply make the entire line a graphic.
This is certainly the best solution.
Happy new year!