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  1. It may have something to do with the linebreaks in the source, since it appears to be reading the onclick as its own object and not as a part of the opening div's code.

     

    You could also change that code to be simpler, like <a href="YOURURL"><div id="header"><div id="headerimg"></div></div></a>

     

    You could even place the headerimg as a background to the header div itself, so you don't have to have two divs for one thing.

  2. Are you going to /mt/mt.cgi? You should go there and if you're still getting an error, change the permissions on the CGI files -- all of them -- to 755.

     

    The changes from one config file to another are nothing to worry about unless you have a previous version of Movable Type installed.

  3. I managed to fix the issue by using the index template, since that one worked, and just inserting the category and monthly archive's bits and pieces into it.

     

    Thanks for looking, though. : )

  4. I'm not sure if this is a CSS issue or an issue with my markup, but I'm inclined to think that it's a markup problem since everything is fine on most other pages.

     

    The sidebar on the category and monthly archives pages of my blog seems to position itself along the same point as the title of whichever entry appears at the bottom of the page -- it's supposed to float at the top, as it does on the index.

     

    I've trolled through my templates and CSS, but came up blank. My eyes are starting to cross at this point, so all fresh pairs of eyes are appreciated. :surrender:

     

    Category link here (adult language, so don't click if that's not your bag): ht*p://decadently.net/history/personal/blood_ties/

     

    Index -- with "working" sidebar -- here: ht*p://decadently.net/index.php

  5. The owner of the attacking dogs came by today to set up a payment plan to reimburse me for the costs and was very apologetic about the whole thing. The dog that they believe instigated the whole thing has been relocated to another home for the time being until they figure out what they are going to do with him.

     

    That's actually surprising, given my own experiences with the owners of dogs who attacked me or my Jack Russell. They usually got violent and accused me of being in the wrong just by being on the sidewalk, walking him. :)

     

    Great news.

  6. This literally broke my heart; I'm actually crying here. I know what it's like to see your dog hurt but not to this degree, so I can only imagine how you feel.

     

    Thinking of you both.

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