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Sharepoint site is not displaying correctly, fonts and colors are wrong

Posted on 2011-09-21
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We are using Windows SharePoint Services 3.0, as part of SBS2008, and all of our sites use the "Simple" site format. For some reason one of my sites, which has a number of sub-sites, has its fonts all out of whack, and the formatting is not as pleasant to look at. Is there a convenient way to reset the style of these sites, and all the sub-sites? I tried to go into site settings and set the style to "Simple" again, but the fonts are still out of whack. Any suggestions will be appreciated.
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by:Ted Bouskill
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That sounds like someone might have been playing with the site using a tool like SharePoint Designer to change the site.  Do you know if someone was playing with the site?
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apache09 earned 250 total points
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As long as it was working before and nothing has changed
Have seen this on ours before
It was resovled by rebooting the sharepoint server, and resetting iis

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Didn't really expect it to be something so simple, but it seems to have taken care of the problem.
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