I see two references there, one seems to be related to fancybox (seems to come with the WP plugin):
<link rel='stylesheet' id='easy-fancybox.css-css' href='http://www.thecreativesheep.ca/bio/wp-content/plugins/easy-fancybox/easy-fancybox.css.php?ver=1.3.4' type='text/css' media='screen' />
… and the other one:
… which seems to be included in the theme itself.
Now, you could
remove the reference in your theme’s header but that would make your site depend on the presence of the fancybox plugin. A quick search on the issue brought me to this article: http://electrokami.com/coding/wordpr...inclusion-fix/
which sounds like a possible solution.
In your theme there should also be a file called functions.php. This is where that 5-line PHP code goes (at the very top of the file) that’s shown in that article. Try that and see what happens.
As to your
issue, that’s equally simple. Open the footer.php file and put that line there somewhere (in between
tags). Look at and compare with the default theme’s footer file, that should give you an idea.