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setting page width?


toolman

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For a basic and easy way to achieve it you can use Vger's contribution: here

Upon receiving fixes and advice, too many people don't bother to post updates informing the forum of how it went. Until of course they need help again on other issues and they come running back!

 

Why receive the information you require in good faith for free, only to then have the attitude to ignore the people who gave it to you?

 

There's no harm in saying, 'Thanks, it worked'. On the contrary, it creates a better atmosphere.

 

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Your welcome.

 

There is another one available but for simplicity sake, this one from Vger is great - it takes, what 2 mins or less to install!

 

Just remember, if your site is modified and any of the pages widths have changed by you beforehand, check your site in firefox too before choosing what width to add as some sites can look out of place in firefox while looking perfect in IE

 

Good Luck.

Upon receiving fixes and advice, too many people don't bother to post updates informing the forum of how it went. Until of course they need help again on other issues and they come running back!

 

Why receive the information you require in good faith for free, only to then have the attitude to ignore the people who gave it to you?

 

There's no harm in saying, 'Thanks, it worked'. On the contrary, it creates a better atmosphere.

 

CHOOCH

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.....check your site in firefox too before choosing what width to add as some sites can look out of place in firefox while looking perfect in IE

 

The other way around surely?

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No not at all. With that particular contribution if the width is too small the text simply scrolls in iE but in firefox the text just goes beyond the width frame and is out of the frame, that's why I mentioned it in advance just incase that may happen

Upon receiving fixes and advice, too many people don't bother to post updates informing the forum of how it went. Until of course they need help again on other issues and they come running back!

 

Why receive the information you require in good faith for free, only to then have the attitude to ignore the people who gave it to you?

 

There's no harm in saying, 'Thanks, it worked'. On the contrary, it creates a better atmosphere.

 

CHOOCH

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