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What have I done?


angelyn

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I'd be really grateful if someone can take a look at my website -

 

http://www.shop.rosmerta.co.uk/catalog

 

and help me figure out what I've done with my page width. :'(

 

I've made the table changes in the php files (including in the index.php) to 770 and centred. The index page and if I click on a category looks awful with everything out of place and the rest looks exactly how I want it to.

 

Thank you

 

Lyn

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Hey you have a fairly nice shop there. Colour scheme is cool.

I think you have altered the widths of your tables too much for your browser to view in its current resolution. Its best to leave it at an automatic width instead of a fixed width because people with all kinds of browser resolutions will be visiting your shop. You can alter the width the same way you changed it to 770 pixels by editing the <table width="blabla"> in your index.php. To change it back to 100% just copy the following code into your index.php.

<!-- body //-->

< table border="0" width="100%" cellspacing="3" cellpadding="3">

< tr>

< td width="<?php echo BOX_WIDTH; ?>"><table border="0" width="<?php echo

BOX_WIDTH; ?>" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="2">

< !-- left_navigation //-->

 

You can find detailed instructions on table widths on page 56 of the defualt osC documentation found here. http://www.oscommerce.com/solutions/documentation

 

pm if you cant solve this from what i said

:)

Menou and unome

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You've tried to make parts of your website have a fixed width of 770 pixels, but in other parts you've used '100%' as the setting.

 

Look below my name for the Fixed Width Site With CSS contribution.

 

Vger

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