Some of you may have noticed that the internal anchors on some posts are taking you to the wrong place. If you scroll down to, say, my Rutilius Namatianus post and click on the hyperlink for footnote 1, it takes you to the note in my most recent Medieval Medicine post. I just noticed this and the anchor/destination codes are correct. If this happens and it annoys you (I consider the notes important or I wouldn’t put them in), if you click on the post title and read it as a standalone, they seem to work the way they’re supposed to.
I don’t have time to work on this more right now because I have to go to work. Hopefully this will fix itself. If not, I’ll work on it more this evening. Anyway, I apologize and am aware of it.
EDIT: I’ve done this before – I’m going to need to save each post as a draft, then re-load it to the blog. Those of you receiving this blog through e-mail or RSS notifications might be told I’m making new posts. Again, I apologize. Hopefully these will stay in the correct order.
Second Edit: Tried that, didn’t work. Sorry folks but for the time being people will just have to scroll down to see the correct fn.
Third Edit: Fixed re my comment below. At least for the first page worth of posts – you click on “older posts” and beyond and I make no promises. I swear this hasn’t happened before – just like my UL tag issue with my latest book review.