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CSS problem in admin pages

Thread began 3/15/2010 12:27 pm by jeffmg279672 | Last modified 3/15/2010 5:27 pm by jeffmg279672 | 491 views | 1 replies

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CSS problem in admin pages

I'm full of enthusiasm for PowerCMS, it was easy to deploy and set up and in general I don't have any complaints. One small issue that I'm having however, is with the admin/css - some of the content that I've put in fits neatly into the curved-corner boxes and displays beautifully, but some is coming out slightly wider and so I'm getting some odd things happening when the contents_results.php page displays on-screen (in Safari, Firefox, Camino, Chrome) - attached screenshot shows what's happening. Any suggestions for a speedy fix? It wouldn't bother me too much to leave it as is, but my client is quite picky and will want it to look consistent.

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