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    Alright, that makes sense. Thanks.
    I added the code and removed the IE stylesheet.

    It looks different in IE though & I'd like for it to look the same.

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    Yes, it is aligned to the left.
    The free email update signup button is on a seperate line.
    The dotted lines have too much space above and below them.
    The ad is cut off.

    I'm not sure how to fix the meta stuff you were talking about.
    I just altered a wordpress theme so I'm not sure how to change that stuff.

    Do I do it by just adding code to the header?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sammy12 View Post
    i grow weary. just message me the ftp user and pass.

    Sent, thanks.

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    There are over a 1000 php files in here? why did the creator feel it necessary to create a separate php file for every form and section on the page? I made a video hosting website and there was like 20 php files at most.

    Delete my CSS fixes, just use:

    Code:
    html, body {
         overflow-x: hidden;
    }
    #footer {
         position: relative;
         left: 100px; // whatever you want
         top: 100px; // whatever you want
    }
    Revert everything back, add the IE only stylesheet and fix the footer with position: relative; like I did above.

    Yeah forget about fixing the coding standards, I can't even find the code.

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    Yeah.. wordpress is like that.

    If you want the style.css or what ever

    it's under /wordpress/wp-content/themes/ari/

    but I'll just make the changes you suggested. Thanks!

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    Alright, thanks, everything looks good now.

    Except in IE it's not centered. It's not completley to the left, but on big screens it's not centered. Do I fix this by putting it all in a div or something?


 
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