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  • I was messing around with the banner in Back in Black to better suit my own likes, and I ended up making something that interfered with the links on the bottom (the image would pop out of the frame, covering the links that make up the header bar). To fix this, I messed around a bit more and by adding an align attribute to the menu div for the sidebar, I made it look like the front page shows (Firefox. IE shifts the whole thing to the side a bit for who knows what reason)

    The problem I’m having is that for some reason it all works fine and dandy for all the links on the top AND the index, but if you look at an individual post it messes up, the title link (which I removed via deleting the text) shows back up, and the div moves back. It’s like it goes to the default version of the template but keeps my CSS preferences (or some other wacky setup)

    Any idea what is wrong?

    Example of the problem

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  • Check to make sure you don’t have a single.php file. If you do, then you’ll have to edit that file as well.

    there seems to be no single.php file in back in black, and in any case no real editing went into the main php file. The only editing happened in the style sheet and the sidebar.php

    I found out what was wrong. When I moved my blog from to I simply copied the htaccess file to the new location. When updating the permalink structure it simply added on to it or something, and it didn’t take off the blog/, and since the old version of the blog still exists in that folder, but is a bit less updated, it wasn’t doing the templating right.
    Thanks anyway, lawtai ^_^

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