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CCS Style Issue


babybell

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I have just uploaded a site to www.mrandmrsbell.co.uk but for some unknown reason I am having an issue with 4 out of the 5 pages.

If you take a look at the home page, you can clearly see the style.css sheet hasn't worked (just like 4 of the other pages)

However, if you click 'Gift List' it has worked on this page and this page only.

Anyone know what I should do to correct this so that all the pages are the same. Don't worry, no donations are required ;o)

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Forum Editor

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It all looks good to me.

That's a great picture of you both on the homepage. Best wishes for a long and happy marriage.

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beynac

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It works OK for me, but the 'link' tag is between the 'head' and 'body' tags. It should be in the 'head section. This may be causing a problem.

If you are still having problems, try clearing your browser's cache.

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babybell

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Sorry everyone, as with the title of this subject, it was a spelling error causing the issue CCS instead of CSS in the directory folder, that's why everything now looks ok.

FE - Thank you for your kind words and well wishes.

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