Our server's security was compromised yesterday and the site was down for 8 hours while the OS was reinstalled and then the website rebuilt from scratch. The webpage you're seeing is one that existed for a couple hours while the site was being rebuilt. The reason you're still seeing it is probably because you're behind a firewall that caches static webpages. If you were using then try , or vice versa. In any event, your firewall's cache probably lasts no longer than 24 hours, so the problem should be gone by tomorrow. Sorry for the inconvenience.
So for the last couple of days the title bar to the site (the thing with the graphic that's apparently now a t-shirt??) is slightly out of whack. First, no graphic appears, which doesn't bother me. However, the other effect is that the title bar is about three times wider than normal. This effect stays throughout the whole site.
Just to make sure we're talking about the same thing, to me the title bar is the very top line of any window. If that's what you're referring to then the software has control only over the text and the icon, but not on the size.
The icon in the title bar, and also in bookmark menus in most browsers, is called the favicon. It should be an ark with a couple giraffes sticking out the top, though it looks more like a tugboat. But most browsers are very poor at updating the favicon when it changes, which it did last week. I don't know why your browser is getting Evc Forum's favicon confused with the favicon from EvC's page at Cafe Press. The favicon will probably straighten itself out in time - the reason it isn't current is because you're browser maintains a history, but only for a finite time. Browsers should check the favicon every time to see if it's changed, but they don't.
Sorry I can't be more helpful. I hope the size problem with the title bar resolves itself for you soon.