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  • <img alt="http:

    make that

    <img src="http:

    ?

    Thanks for that, but I still can’t get the page to display properly. I couldn’t find ‘<img alt=”http:’ anywhere but I changed two references of ‘<img alt’ to ‘<img src’ in the sidebar file but the bad image icons are still there. Should I be making the changes in another file?
    Incidentally, the default theme seems to display the sidebar correctly…

    Still can’t get it to display properly – anybody see the reason why the bottom of my sidebar shows bad image icon?
    <http://www.hang-out.co.uk/weblog/&gt;

    I just checked via Firefox. I assume you mean your meta section. I have displayed two images, one for RSS 2.0 and one for RSS 2.0 with comments.

    There isn’t a bad image placeholder

    This is weird. Using Safari, the Pages, Archives, Categories and Meta sections all show a bad image placeholder at the start of every line. The two RSS icons display properly. In Firefox it all looks fine.

    Could it be anything to do with the “invalid XHTML and CSS” line at the bottom of the page?

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