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couple of issues with WordPress site

Posted on 2011-03-16
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I have a site I did custom as a child template. I'm having issues with 2 things. The first being that it seems my title tag in the blog is messed up. I have the home page set to <?php bloginfo('name'): ?> and the rest to <?php the_title():?> but they aren't reading the titles correctly.

Also I've noticed when I'm viewing this on the Mac the the Enjoy image in the middle doesn't load but is fine in Windows. Any assistance is appreciated

Here's the link to my site http://ow.ly/4fV3J
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by:Mark Brady
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You have to echo the values not just name them. Try this

<?php echo bloginfo('name'): ?>
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by:BluesMama
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Ok, so that took care of that. Now why would my windows show all of the images loading and working but my Mac show one broken image?
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It looks ok in Ubuntu (linux) to. I don't know but try using double quotes around the image path and name instead of single. Also, not sure this means anything but there are spaces in the url so maybe mac doesn't like that. I have a mac so I will check it out on there after get back from a meeting.
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by:BluesMama
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Sounds good, in the meantime I will try your suggestion
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by:Mark Brady
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Displays perfect on my mac, Safari and google chrome so must be on your end somewhere.
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by:BluesMama
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Maybe it's cached or something. Thank you, this was driving me nuts.
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by:BluesMama
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Thank you very much!
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by:Mark Brady
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Your welcome, yeah I've had the exact same problem with cached pages and it takes a while sometimes to clear it properly. Glad it's sorted.
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