Monday, May 23, 2005

wha happen'd?

Seems like I've lost my sidebars.... attempting to republish in order to get them back. oops

Figured it out.... damn links.

4 comments:

april said...

fyi the reason you lost ur side bar is beacuse the previous pics u posted were too big. the side bar will move back up after a few more post of only words or smaller pics. For future pics u can change the size that pics will display in if u realy want the sidebar to remain at the top of the page.

april said...

oh yeah and good luck with the bun :)

bunmaster said...

Hey thanks April!

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