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Screen (HTML) layout problems?

  1. Mar 20, 2003 #1
    I like the new site. Adding a little color made a big difference.

    However, I'm seeing some screwy things going on here with the layout. (yeah, I'm picky I guess, but I was just wondering if this was just my computer or if other people are seeing the same problems.)

    (BTW, I'm using Mozilla 1.3 as my browser.) It looks like there are 4 or 5 extra "bars" down the left side of my screen and the images at the top stick out further to the right than the main content of the page. When I maximize the browser to fit the full screen, the images at the top have spaces between them and don't reach nearly as far over to the right as the rest of the screen.

    I tried the site using IE6.0 also and got the same results for the maximized screen. The adjustable-sized screen seemed to be a little better, but the top and middle sections of the page still aren't lining up.

    Again, I like the site, but I'm curious if it doesn't display properly in different browsers. (or if it's just my computer)
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  3. Mar 20, 2003 #2
    I'm Using IE 6.0 At The Moment , And I Don't See Any Problems .

    Can You Capture The Picture The Page Becomes So That We Understand The Situation More Clearly ?
  4. Mar 20, 2003 #3

    We are aware of may formatting and layout issues. However it's quite far down on our list of things to do :smile:
    Last edited: Jun 11, 2012
  5. Mar 22, 2003 #4
    Understandable. I was just wondering if it was just my computer. But it's not; I've tried a few different computers and it is consistent among all of them.

    And Zargawee, if you aren't getting spaces between the images in the header, maybe the resolution on my screen is just higher than yours. *shrug*

    I still like the new site anyways!
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