Greetings to all!
First, let me say thank you to anyone who is kind enough to try to help us with this.
We are relatively new to blogging, but some months ago, set up the Aquafluid template blog on our company website. It works great.
This week, we set up this same template on one of our client's websites at http://www.2bseeds.com/wordpress. The only thing we modified in the template was to add their logo instead of the generic one that came with the template.
For 2 days, the blog worked great. We posted things, and the client posted things.
This morning, everything has gone wrong with the blog.
In Internet Explorer, the front page of the blog is, for some reason taking up the entire screen. The navigation and background have been pushed off the screen. *I must add that this is ONLY happening on the client's side. It looks normal to us in IE.
Additionally, in IE, when the client goes to their dashboard, the entire presentation is aligned incorrectly, with the normal top bar navigation (write, presentation, manage, etc.) being vertically listed down the page.
When the client clicks "write", they receive an error message that tells them IE has encountered a problem and needs to close and to please tell Microsoft.
Now, it gets more confusing.
In IE, I am able to use the Write function, but when I try to publish a post, the only thing that shows up on the blog is the title of the post, not the main content. I've now posted 2 test posts in this manner and as you can see from the link above, there is no text, only the title.
So, I tried posting in Firefox and in Avant browers - same problem. Only the title - no main body of text.
On the phone today, I had the client download Firefox. This resolved both the huge size and weird alignment issues she was seeing in IE, BUT, we both hit the Write button and BOTH received the following error message:
"The page isn't redirecting properly
Firefox has detected that the server is redirecting the request for this address in a way that will never complete.
* This problem can sometimes be caused by disabling or refusing to accept cookies."
At this point, I am throwing my hands up in the air. I was able to use Firefox to get to the Write function 2 hours ago, even thought it was only publishing the titles. Now I can't even do this, 2 hours later, and keep getting this error message.
I want to add, that our own blog on our company site, using this same template, continues to be just fine.
What could be going on? I am absoultely in the dark. We are not PHP folks and have no idea.
I would so appreciate any help anyone could possibly give with this. Is the template simply doomed? A bug in it that wasn't present when we downloaded it for ourselves 5 months ago? I am so concerned about finding an answer to this, as the client was so excited to have a blog, and this is making things very unpleasant and confusing for them.