Haven't Got Time for the Pain
Small problem in FragmentsLand, but a niggling one: people who use bloglines or other feedreaders to access Fragments think I haven't updated since the last rebuild (that happened while I was in St. Louis) on December 17. Apparently its a blog metabolic problem and not a bloglines prob. Here's what my servermaster Doug tells me I should do. I don't often dive under the hood, so I'm uncertain how to bring about these design changes.
"This goes back to something we talked about when we updated to MT 3.2. Your pages use CSS 1.0 and MT now uses CSS 2.0. You do need to update your templates but it will take a lot of work. Your pages tend to mix styles, some links are relative while others are absolute, and the style sheets are not consistent throughout the site. The ATOM feeds are exacting and any variation from style causes problems.I’d suggest a redesign of the site using the current 3.2 templates, which are available on the Sixpart web site."
I guess I just assumed that when upgrading MT versions that the stylesheets would have upgraded too. Do I need to cut and paste fresh stylesheet templates from somewhere and run the risk of screwing the front page to heck? I apologize if you're a bloglines subscriber; I might ought to put this little glitch on down the line of priorities just now. But if anybody has any suggestions how to implement the changes that Doug says I need, I'm open to suggestions.