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Trouble with Common.CSS file

Thread began 2/15/2011 9:02 pm by lynny | Last modified 2/16/2011 7:06 am by Jason Byrnes | 943 views | 1 replies |


Trouble with Common.CSS file

Hi i have resized the grid full size gallery to exactly the size i need it by modifying the Common.CSS file, and have left enough space in my page to insert it.

However it seems to be floating to the right slightly and therefore clipping the 'next' arrow of the right side, causing it to be positioned below the gallery. I have tried removing padding and adjusting the margins in the common.CSS file but i cant resolve the problem. I have put a direct link below so you can see the problem im having;


I have also zipped up the common.CSS file and the PHP page i am inserting the gallery into. Could you please help me find what i need to adjust in the code to fit the gallery into the column neatly please?

Many Thanks

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

the problem is that the content area does not have enough space available to fit the 659px wide gallery

The content wrapper is 900px wide
the Right column is 209px with 14px padding on top, right, bottom left making the actual width 209 + 14 + 14 = 237
900 - 237 = 663px

This leaves 663px for the content window. you have a 15 pixel padding on left leaving 648px of space to fit the gallery into.

If you remove the right and left padding from the content and right column, you will be able to fit the gallery.

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