sprite and image file in awstat top url
A few months ago I published our new website incampagna.com using the marvelous the Graphene Theme . Our website had previously been made with I-web on a Mac. The Graphene based website is on a subdirectory called wp ( see links below)
Our internet provider gives us access to Awstat for the website and I have noticed a change in the Pages URL (Top 25). The top pages visited used to be “normal” pages of the website, like e.g. the coking class page or the B&B room page.
Now most of my top 25 pages URLs are as follows (March 2013)
When I click on these links I get a an Error 404 – Page Not Found
So my question is: did I do something wrong or this is normal? Will this affect how people finds our website? Will people encounter lots of Errror 404?
the links to normal pages work just fine e.g.
I hope I have explained this properly, this website is the first I have ever made on a worpress.org template, I am not an exprienced user. Thank you for any help!!!Mod
You need to turn off that Custom CSS plugin. It is causing the entire theme’s stylesheet to be loaded again with each page, wasting bandwidth. Graphene already has a built-in custom css function, which is where you should add any css that you need, rather than editing the theme’s files.
thank you so much Kenneth, always so kind!
I don’t remember why, but at the time I made the website I could not get the editor to work and that’s why I added the Custom CSS plugin.
That was version 1.7 of Graphene and I haven’t updated the Theme because we have a B&B and I only have ttime to work extensively on the website outside of the tourist season. If I make a mistake and my website becomes very ugly or unusable I am in serious trouble.
Therefore could you please suggest how I can I keep the changes I made on the Custom CSS plugin? Can I just copy the whole file in the Graphene editor? I should have kept track of the individual changes, but I didn’t 🙁
Here below is what I have in the Custom CSS box. It does look quite different from the Graphene Stylesheet I see in the Theme editor (my present version is 1.8.1)Mod
Please do NOT code dump in the forum. We can see your code just fine. If you feel a need to add that much code, please use pastebin.com.Quote:Therefore could you please suggest how I can I keep the changes I made on the Custom CSS plugin? Can I just copy the whole file in the Graphene editor? I should have kept track of the individual changes, but I didn’t 🙁
Use a file comparing service. There are online ones like Diff Checker (http://www.diffchecker.com/) or you can download a program like WinMerge (http://winmerge.org/), which is very handy. Highlight the different code, and copy and paste it to Graphene’s custom css file. Better yet, use a child theme.
AnonymousApril 5, 2013 at 12:23 pm #37268
Don’t code dump here. I’ve moved your css to pastebin.
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