sprite and image file in awstat top url

  • titti63

    #7177

    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)

    /

    /images/sprite_h.png/

    /images/sprite_master.png/

    /wp/wp-cron.php

    /wp/wp-admin/admin-ajax.php

    /wp/images/sprite_h.png/

    /wp/images/sprite_master.png/

    /wp/images/list-style-image.png/

    /wp/wp-login.php

    /images/list-style-image.png/

    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.

    /cooking-classes/cooking-class-program/

    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!!!

    titti63

    #37264

    I am just topping this incase anybody has a suggestion, thank you!

    Mod

    Kenneth John Odle

    #37265

    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.

    titti63

    #37266

    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)

    http://pastebin.com/ZmJQdx59

    Mod

    Kenneth John Odle

    #37267

    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.

    Anonymous

    #37268

    Don’t code dump here. I’ve moved your css to pastebin.

    titti63

    #37269

    I am so sorry, as I mentioned above I am an amateur user. I had no idea this was code dumping, thank you for your patience!

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