Hello all,

A site I built for my company got pushed way past my meager abilities and (openjdk-7-jre [7u3-2.1.
7-1] and/or php5 [5.4.4-14+deb7u3]?) updates to it's Debian Wheezy host seems to have broken the admin/shortcut toolbar in that it:

1.) No longer renders the home icon but instead the text "home" and then increases the header size greatly by displaying the links usually in the toolbar as a left justified list (all links do work though).

2.) This behavior only effects the roles that see the toolbars (admin and content admins) and so is by no means a "serious situation", but an annoyance that I want to fix before it becomes a larger issue.

I may have mucked up the php by editing the page.tpl.php (this is the ONLY edit) in the bealestreet theme the site uses to add:

<?php
 endif;
?>

<?php
 if ($page['search_box']):
?>

<?php
 endif;
?>

and web console in firefox reports:

Unknown property 'zoom'. Declaration dropped.
Unknown property 'box-sizing'. Declaration dropped.
Unknown property 'moz-border-radius'. Declaration dropped.
Unknown property 'moz-border-radius'. Declaration dropped.
Unknown property 'a'. Declaration dropped.
Expected ':' but found '#toolbar'. Declaration dropped.

as page render errors.

The page (toolbar) rendered normally before the OS update.

Any help will be appreciated!

Thank you!