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Problem with body width in IE6


Dragonmom

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http://dragonmother.com/dragoncave/default...lt.php?cPath=26

People who see it in IE6 for windows are telling me that the right-hand table disappears off the edge of the window and there is no horizontal scrollbar. Abyone know what I can do about this?

I am working on a mac, and it looks okay to me in IE 5.1 as well as netscape

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yeah, the right hand side seem to be missing here too.

 

Do you have a column right?

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Then perhaps it just *loos* as if there should be more to the right of the page.

 

That was my first impression.

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I haven't been able to view it myself, but evidently, the "old paper" border is missing its right side edge, and the window just cuts it off.

So- if it "looks" like there should be more then there probably should :(

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Everything appeared perfect on my computer. I have IE6 on winXP. The screen resolution is 1024x768. On all my sites I make a table that is 720 pixels wide and center it on the screen. That way all computers will show the site pretty much the same way without too much stretch or compression. But a full size screen is definitely better on the eyes and can look just as good or better than my method.

Derek Cox

Furniture factory worker, aspiring millionaire.

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