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I've searched around, but yet I still ain't got an answer that worked for my problem here:

http://www.lardosrpgs.com/durmstrang/forum.php

As you can see, the page doensn't fit perfectly on the screen, so we have to scroll sideways to see it completely. If you open a posting page, you'll see that the page is even wider (maybe because of the avatars).

In the forum page, even if you minimize the left bar, the page still won't fit, the center tables sort of expand, but if I Ctrl+- the page, the page will fit, because of the letter size reduction.
Pages like ranks, memberlist, usergroups don't fit either, so, it's not a center table problem, and I am guessing that the problem is in the nav-div bar (the top horizontal one), but I have no idea of where to find it and then change it.

What do I do for all the pages to fit?


I'm not using the up-to-date current IP version yet, I'm afraid to lose the changes I've been making in the design. I'll do it as soon as I figure out a way of updating it without losing the work done.

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hi Codi,

I've been clicking arround on your link and i must say i don t see a horizontal scrollbar anywhere.
Have you by any chance added a few links to the menu bar that are only visible to registered users?
do you still see the problem if you log out?
 




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theres a horizontal bar , even if you can move it only a few milimiters

looks like header image size to me,

hm the body padding needs changes to :0px 10px 0px 10px ;



or to : 0 0 0 0;

that does it for me
 




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In what file should I apply the changes?

In style_(my style).css? There are many padding values, of course. Which one (and where) should I exactally change?


I had thought I was supposed to put a <div style="width:960px;clear:both;margin: 0 auto;"> right after the <body> tag, but in the 'overall_header.tpl' file (where I suppose the changes should be made) I just CAN'T find the body closing tag </body>, I mean, the opening one IS there, but the closing one just doesn't exist.

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hm the body padding needs changes to :0px 10px 0px 10px ;


should be right at the top in css what i think Spydie means

the closing body tag should be found in overall footer BTW
 




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nope.

you´ve got to change that in style.css of your template.

style_ice.css in your case.

body{
backgroundurl: ("images/ice/bg_body.gif") repeat scroll left top #FFFFFF;
margin: 0 0 0 0 ;
padding: 0px 10px 0px 10px;
}

and you should add to the #top_logo

where it says height: 200px;

width:1100px;

that should fix your problem.


But this is suposing, that you´re using resolution 1280* , cause others, like Joshua for example use bigger resolution

1600* i think
 




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@ Codi,

You do need to work the header properly with a fluid background and a centred "Logo" that's not 1200+ wide.

At 1440w it looks ok - at 1024w its a mess and it's the header LOGO that is the main problem.

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So youre telling me that I should take away the transparent part of the logo (sitelogo_small.png) and then center it?
 



 
Edited by Codi, Thu 30 Dec, 2010 19:31: IT DID WORK, THANKS! =)
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So youre telling me that I should take away the transparent part of the logo (sitelogo_small.png) and then center it?


Yes!
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IT DID WORK, THANKS! =)


You're welcome.  
 



 
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