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THANK YOU! And, erm, I need a little help :-)

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  • Started 3 years ago by minimal1210
  • Latest reply from Jonny Janiero
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  1. minimal1210

    So, my post is twofold!

    Firstly, I want to say a huge thanks and a massive virtual snog for this amazing framework and its helpful community. With a comparatively little knowledge of html/css/php, I have managed to start crafting bespoke themes (albeit ones that are probably totally newbie and semantically incorrect, but whatever!)

    The results of my first 'proper' effort are coming together at (my girlfriends site/blog).

    The second thing, was to ask a question, as I have a curious problem I can't seem to diagnose...

    I have noticed that, when I go to the 'Blog' page (the section of the website that contains the posts obviously), the content of the site seems to get pushed to the left by about 10 pixels. I've looked through everything and I just cannot diagnose the problem.

    It seems to be only cosmetic, but it's infuriating. I've just tested on my girlfriends laptop and it doesn't seem to recreate the issue, so I'm wondering if Firebug is causing a problem.

    I'd be very grateful if anyone could take a look and report their findings!

    Thanks, I love you ;)


    EDIT: It seems like it has something to do with images - I've noticed the category lists, or posts with no images, do not exhibit this behaviour. Still cannot diagnose the cause though.

    Posted 3 years ago #
  2. hey, i like that site. its a refreshing change. nice work.

    regarding problem, my guess is.... you have large screen right?

    the problem is simple. the other pages dont have enough content to force a scrollbar. but when on blog, the scrollbar appears (forcing the site left) yeah?

    close ?

    Posted 3 years ago #
  3. minimal1210


    Thank you for solving that - my newbieness has descended into even greater depths...



    Posted 3 years ago #
  4. its all good fun.

    adding this to ya css will force a scrollbar (even if the content is minimal) preventing the 10px jump. dont think it works for ie tho.

    html { overflow-y: scroll; }
    Posted 3 years ago #

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