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Alignment of image problem

Thread began 10/30/2010 6:22 am by Meic Delwedd | Last modified 11/01/2010 2:44 pm by Jason Byrnes | 1582 views | 7 replies |

Meic Delwedd

Alignment of image problem

I've created this page for a client keith-bowen.php

My problem is that I've tested it on 4 PCs, Google Chrome, IE 8 and Firefox, and the main (large) image is centrally aligned (as it should be) on all of my equipment. However my client has a Widescreen Monitor/PC 1600 x 900, using Mozilla Firefox, is seeing the main image right aligned. Is this a cache issue or is there a problem with my page - I'd really appreciate any help please? THANK YOU

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neilo

Am viewing in Firefox 0n 1900 x 1200 and images are perfectly centred.

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Meic Delwedd

proanny 1982

THANK YOU Neil - It's probably a cache problem on my client's PC then?

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neilo

That's certainly possible, and worth having your client check it out.

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Meic Delwedd

Thank you

Thank you Neil - This has now worked!

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Meic Delwedd

Still not working

Although our client can see the large image centre aligned in the sample gallery page, the images are centre aligned:-

index.php?gallery=6&theme=light

However when he examines our page using the same gallery style (the only element we've changed in the stylesheet is the background colour to match with his website). Unfortunately he has again told us that "There is an outline box centred but the image is still over to the right, although a bit less so than before."

keith-bowen.php

As we have not changed anything else, what could be making the large image right aligned, could the alignment be affected by the size of the uploaded image?

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Meic Delwedd

Workaround!

We've now created a workaround by including the php in a table - This has resolved issue...

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

ok, glad to hear it is working now.

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