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01-01-2006, 06:34 PM
Hello, my name is Pete and I have got a bit of a problem with my forum.
if you have got a Screen res below 1024x768 then you will already have noticed the problem. if your screen res is 1024x768 then you will have to Restore Down ( Minimise ) and the left navigation bar is moving over the content of the forum, and the right navigation bar is too far to the right. Is there a reason for this, and can it be fixed? if you want any of the coding I am happy to post it up here for you :D
Thanks for read, any help very much apresheated,
01-01-2006, 06:45 PM
your site looks great!!
Perhaps incorporating your site in a global table could help. ( I mean surrounding your stuf with a table structure and pinning the different pieces in place .. , just an idea)
in source i would add
in source I See
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01-01-2006, 07:47 PM
Thank you very much :D
But due to the forum being Hosted by Invisionfree I am only able to edit the Cascading Style Sheet and I am only able to add, certain things to the forum its self.
I will try and work on pinning it in a table :D
Thank you :D
01-01-2006, 09:58 PM
my screen resolution is 1280X1024 and it looks wrong
01-02-2006, 12:46 AM
It's the absolute positioning throwing things off. The left and right boxes are positioned absolutely, while the forum in the middle is not.
Absolutely positioned elements are independent of the page flow, so as far as they know they don't even know the rest of the page is there. Try using floats instead, or enclosing the whole kaboodle in a fixed-width wrapper <div> with "position: relative" declared in the stylesheet.
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