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Posted 26 Apr 2012Right, this link explains how to fix that. Unfortunately, there isn't a way to equalize those columns without "tricking" the browser to think they are equal columns (as the linked page explains).
Posted 26 Apr 2012You're right. I was fooling around with it and turns out I had some extra text in there that pushed it down for me. Sorry about that.
Check out this page: http://www.ejeliot.com/blog/61
Posted 26 Apr 2012[quote name='floppyspace' date='25 April 2012 - 06:29 PM' timestamp='1335403775' post='1608887']
This site has a list of some basic themes that you can start with and edit to your hearts content.
From this link provided by floppyspace, I have personally used the Starker blank theme. The blank theme is basically just a CSS reset.
The benefit of using a blank theme is you don't have to dissect an existing theme and find out why certain things display certain ways on an existing theme because everything is zeroed out.
Sorry, looks like I cut too much out there... the quoted text was actually by floppyspace.
Posted 26 Apr 2012Try this:
In your wrapper div, add:
overflow: hidden; position: relative;
In your mainContent div, add:
Sorry, I cant figure out how to edit my own post... by wrapper div, I mean bodyContainer.
I guess that's how I edit my own post...
Posted 24 Apr 2012Ah, I see you cleaned it up a lot too. Thanks. I forgot you can include variables inside a string without all that extra stuff I had in there.
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