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Joomla site can't find stylesheet

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This is my first go with Joomla and all was well until I edited the Main menu setting (changed the text, which I have since undone) and then edited the mail settings and changed the default template via the extensions manager. Now only the first page can see the stylesheet, no matter which template I'm using.

The path for all other pages is now eg
/joomla/index.php/templates/beez/images/logo.gif

instead of
/joomla/templates/beez/images/logo.gif

I've checked by looking at the structure in filezilla and all seems OK, ie I don't think I've moved anything, does anyone have any suggestions please? Thanks in advance
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I edited the Main menu text again and that seems to have solved it.

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