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...I guess the school's network filter does not allow the .css to pass.
At home the website works great.
And what is weird is that the first time it will load it up fine but once you refresh the website will go to that text version.
Do you guys want me to post the <head> ? The css is being called in the head of the code. And what is weird is that the first time it will load it up fine but once you refresh the website will go to that text version.No need to post your head at this stage - but can you just confirm the css is applied on the first load, but not on refresh. Plus, is this for every page (loads, then on refresh doesn't apply css), or for the whole site (loads for one page, then on every other page the css is not applied)?
73 errors came up, but maybe it is because of it being for WordPress?Wordpress alone does not cause or create errors, so I would start by eradicating them first. 73 may seem a lot but often errors "cascade', so fixing one at the beginning of the file will also solve several later problems. Just start at the top of the w3 report and work through, taking especial care to correct anything reported as a "parse" error - missing semi-colons and brackets, for example. That may not solve the problem completely but means invalid code is nolonger one possible cause of the erratic behaviour.
where would I find the html file for my site since it is WordPressNot a dumb question at all! The HTML validator allows you to input a uri which saves the trouble of "finding" the html. Otherwise, recall that systems like wordpress are designed to output x/html, so load your page in a browser, select "view source", and copy/paste into the validators manual input box. (The location of the "view source" command will depend on the browser and platform. In ie right click and select the command, in FF it should be under "View" on the main tool bar on both PC and Mac.)
can access pictures on the school network if I work around it.Can you tell us what your "work-around" is? Otherwise, as Topr8 suggested earlier on, can you access the images by manually typing the uri into the address bar?