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1.0 template gone wrong

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  • I’ve seen something similar to this before. A site that a friend and myself run together has a problem displaying anything CSS/image related from WordPress through a Mozilla based browser. I’m running Linux so I have no way of knowing if your page is doing that in IE or not. Our solution was to create our own template from scratch, using only the necessary PHP required to show the entries. We’re still running 0.72 at http://www.getoffthecomputer.com and it is a royal pain to use the web interface to post because we get no tables and/or images. I originally though it was the host we’re using (CI Host / Linux) but maybe that’s not the case. Not ruling it out though. Hope someone has an answer for this.

    giles, try running wp-admin/upgrade.php.

    It looks like you may have added index .php to the location of your blog when asked during the install.
    A quick look at your index.php code showed the following:

    <style type="text/css" media="screen">
    @import url( http://www.shaxted.co.uk/giles/wordpress/index.php/wp-layout.css );

    Try removing it from the site url in Options -> Base settings

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