User noted that https://canadianmysteries.ca... threw up a security warning. The certificate is actually on the canadianmysteries.uvic.ca domain and not the canadianmysteries.ca domain (long story involving it being purchased through systems and thus part of the uvic.ca domain name). Got user to try using the http protocol and the domain name with uvic in it, but still he couldn't get through, so I suspect some kind of security setting on his machine or network was also in play.
Ended up sending him the visible text of those files as attachments to an email, so at least he had that, which is all he wanted.
Nobody else has ever complained about this, so I don't think I'll do anything more.
MF reported a missing file in the Klondike site. Compared current production site against archive from 2008 and found a number of files missing, so uploaded the missing files to the production site. Then went through all the other sites and uploaded any missing files. Then synchronized the production sites against the backup on my computer.
Noted that there are a three non-site folders in the sites folder on the production site (and thus not backed up anywhere). Emailed MF to ask what she wants done with those.
MF reported links to one map was broken. The actual image files (and pages that support them) were not on the site. She's going to try to find the images and if so will send them to me and I'll create the pages and post them to the site.
Layout problem with the list of maps. The css on the .citation specified clear all which caused those block to appear to the right of and below the nav bar rather than to the right. I changed the css rule to clear right and that solved the problem without introducing any problems I could find.