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    • CommentAuthorcarnold
    • CommentTimeJul 20th 2006
     
    So, anybody with that resolution and using IE will see that my posts are pushed down on my site (www.mytimewithgod.net). When users with a higher resolution and IE view my site, the posts are not pushed down. How do i fix this so that all viewers will see the site displayed right?
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      CommentAuthorKjell
    • CommentTimeJul 20th 2006
     
    what template are you using? and if its the default: it has been tested with Text only... i can minimize it how much i want.. no problems

    if you have pictures posted then make sure they are not too big. Simple math: If both sidebars are 200px you will have around 500px for images before they will be too big for 1024x768.

    If i make a layout for 1024 i always use 1000 as masure (substract the scrollbar of the browser). Then i sum up the columns, which are most likely around 150-200 each, and the product will be the maximum width for the center. (600px for example)

    If you have posted too large images then you have to make them smaller.
    Another option is to add a CSS selector, but i dont recommend this method, which makes images width be always 100% (using all available space from the clients viewport). But this method is not really crossbrowser compatible, so you have to decide.

    for default theme (i think) this CSS should do the trick:

    .postcontent img { width: 100% }
    • CommentAuthorcarnold
    • CommentTimeJul 20th 2006
     
    I have some images posted, yes but they are not over 400px. I also tried that .postcontent img { width: 100% } and still have the posts pushed to the bottom. I am using the default template. Also, when using IE and clicking on "add blocks" the block menu does not pop-up. what can i do about that?
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      CommentAuthorKjell
    • CommentTimeJul 21st 2006
     
    ill get a coffee now and then begin to update some code...
    • CommentAuthorcarnold
    • CommentTimeJul 21st 2006
     
    Sweet. Thank you, Kjell for your hard work!
    • CommentAuthorcarnold
    • CommentTimeJul 23rd 2006
     
    Kjell, i found that the calendar is expanding past it div. This is why in IE with a resolution of 1024x768 or less, the posts get pushed down the page. Maybe the calendar code needs some modification?
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      CommentAuthorKjell
    • CommentTimeJul 23rd 2006
     
    probably can be fixed by modifying the CSS for the calendar. maybe a width of 95% can help here. The calendar as for "code" is not in my hand.. it is a wordpress function. For modification etc you should refer to the wordpress codex wiki
    • CommentAuthorf_nazim
    • CommentTimeOct 29th 2006
     
    Hi,
    I too have the same problem. I know that the css property needs to changed to fixed. but I am not able to find that in the css.
    The tag for the center part is "posts" but it does not exist in the css.
    It would be great if you help me out on this.
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