Wow, none of those errors show up for me, and the pages do load fine (using FF too). Plus, the icons in the footer are the larger versions.
Remember, when i created the top menu items for the pages FRE, GER, ITA, NED and SWE, I created the page as 'Code', then added the section WYSIWYG for the content. The Code section has the:
<a href="http://www.websitename.com/wb/pages/french.php"><img src="http://www.websitename.com/wb/templates/bs_naturak/img/flag-france-small.png" alt="French language" width="34" height="34" border="0"></a>
relevant for each language button I want displayed, but it's not showing the image icon.
All links and pages check out fine in Chrome just now, with no cache on the website in question - I never got any 404 errors!
All country landing pages (like: /wb/pages/fre.php ) are giving a status 500 (Server error), but the pages are served fine.
This points to some server or .htaccess fault.
No errors showing up for me, are we looking at the same website?
There are some "lost </div>'s" in the output.
Use Firefox, do Ctrl-U (source view) and look for red </div> lines.
Saw those, was just too lazy to comb for them - now fixed.
A script is loaded that generates a 404 error (not found).
/wb/templates/bs_naturak/js/responsive-slider.js does not exist.
That 404 error you speak of should relate to the file ../js/responsive-slider.js which I have corrected (a fault in the template's downloaded files, not my own code).
Thanks for the input Ruud, second pairs of eyes are always handy.