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Firefox display problem


jlukasavige

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No one has any ideas?

 

 

To be honest, it looks like your header.php is stretching the index.php out or vice versa. Check your header.php table width and compare it to your index.php table width. If both tables are okay, then the problem is the header banner graphic as it is set to 800. It could be the top banner graphic is stretching out the table, so try making the graphic 760px instead of 800px and see if that changes anything.

 

Best of Luck.

 

Matt

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i hate to say it - but you've entered into a bad area > the firefox container display bugs...

 

not a good workaround (not at all) -- but the easiest 'fix' MIGHT be to remove that top div and replace it with a classless table of a width of 800 - then the tables within it might actually stretch out to their "100%" width within it - and closing it, the table, in the footer....

 

 

EEK - hate to stear you this way - but:

- 1) it might work

AND

- 2) else i fear you have a lot to do for a fix

 

 

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change:

<div class="fixcenter">

to:

<table border="0" width="800" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0">
<tr>
<td>

and then close this table in the footer (last thing before "</body>"):

</td>
</tr>
</table>

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at any rate it's worth a try - else you got a lot of php files to edit (possibly the table width of nearly every php file with a 'body' area, and plus some)....

 

ain't firefox a pain...

i just wish IE was better so less folks would use firefox...

 

i know, i know, i sould not bring up religion at the forum ;)

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