I have the same problem. A rebuild and all was golden. Unfortunately,
MT seems not to have an option for automatic rebuild after save -- which
would, one thinks, be sort of a no-brainer, but anyway....
Remember also that, for static web pages, one can save them as
templates. So it's possible to take any existing web page and host it
within the blog -- although there may be special circumstances where
this produces unexpected consequences. In theory, assuming one changes
the alias on your server to your blog e.g. jobblogger.uvm.edu to
chemdept.uvm.edu you could convert your whole site to a blog and no one
would be any the wiser. Evidently Stanford and some other places are
playing with this idea -- blogging isn't blogging -- it's a lightweight
content management system.
Steve Cavrak wrote:
> On Aug 2, 2006, at 9:58 AM, Ted Hart wrote:
> The problem is that every style comes out a bit messed up, with the
> side bar at the bottom or in the middle overlayed on the main text of
> the blog. Does anyone have a solution to this, even if its just going
> in and manually editing the stylesheet?
> Just a check .. did you rebuild your site after upgrading the style
> sheet ? I think I ran into something like that (Though not as severe
> as yours ...) ... but things were fixed with a rebuild.