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CSS Sculptor 3 liquid versus fixed layouts

Thread began 5/27/2010 8:18 pm by michaelf0199272 | Last modified 5/28/2010 1:29 pm by michaelf0199272 | 1074 views | 3 replies

victor278184

Hello michaelf0199272,
allow me to contribute something for your problem. I'm not WebAssist staff so this is not official response.

i could see your problem.. you're mistakenly choose your design element to liquid/elastic where
regarding your design concept, i think it's a fixed layout concept. liquid/elastic layout are resolution dependent.. so if a user had wider screen than yours, your layout design will be "stretch" depend on user's screen resolution.

for your problem, the solution is simple:
- look at your source code and find .twoColLiqLtHdr #container
- change width: 80%; to width:980px;

i also recommend you try mozilla firefox browses and install firebug plugin. It's a plugin that able to handle CSS on the fly in the browser... it safe a lot of headache if you deal with css

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