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Home page CSS style messed up

  Date: May 30    Category: MOSS    Views: 851

I have a MOSS 2007 site collection. My home page all of a sudden lost its CSS
style, now it shows at the top left: Skip to main content and on the second line
it reads Turn off more accessible mode. I can click on the latter but it
toggles to Turn On more accessible mode but does not do anything, the page still
looks all weird. Also, all administrative pages are also looking weird, as if
no CSS is applied at all. All page fonts seem to be New Time Roman. Some other
sites look OK.
I don't want to try to restore the site definition since I have some pages with
customization (All pages working fine for months).
Can anybody point me in the right direction?



5 Answers Found

Answer #1    Answered On: May 30    

Is anyone else experiencing this problem? Could it be an IE compatibility
mode setting?

Answer #2    Answered On: May 30    

Now that you mention it, it really might be. I tried with Chrome and Firefox
and it looks out of wack as well but I looked on another computer and it looks
fine. My brain is already fried from trying to figure this out. If all
browsers in this computer are displaying the same messed up page it has to be a
central setting somewhere right?

Answer #3    Answered On: May 30    

The normal CSS on your site hides the "Turn on accessible mode" link.
Selecting that link switches you over to a more accessible version of
your site including a better experience for users with screen readers.

The behavior to be expected is that you select the link and the CSS
changes. My suspicion is that you have lost read permissions to the
location that houses your CSS or some change to the page is not closing
a tag that is tied to CSS. That would be a "link" tag in the head or
perhaps you have been playing with adding "script" tags? That's the
first place I would check.

Answer #4    Answered On: May 30    

Thanks for your response. I have checked permissions and seem to be fine. I
have not made any changes to the system for a good while. Only some sites are
displaying that way and the sites that are messed up show the administrative
pages messed up as well. I tried repairing MOSS but so far no luck.

Answer #5    Answered On: May 30    

I would double check the other PC's that are displaying it correctly and
make sure you do a hard refresh CTRL+F5. They may be viewing the cached
version. Also check the versioning on the page. Is it checked in? When
was it changed last?

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