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  • I use WordPress for my website at outragedrichard.com and modified the veryplaintxt theme to my liking as best I could.

    However, I do not want fluid widths. I want to control theme width in pixels.

    Is there a simple way to modify ‘veryplaintxt’ to easily control px width of content and sidebar, and margins?

    I would like the page to be around 750 px wide or so so it looks the same on different resolution computers.

    Thank you! Rich

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  • I’m tryin to do the same (change from fluid to fixed) for my site at http://www.friedbeef.com with a different theme… anyone can help?

    I’m assuming you’re talking about the one from plaintxt.org?

    If so, then I think you’re mistaken. That theme is not fluid, it’s fixed. Try resizing your window and you’ll see a horizontal scrollbar.

    Maybe u can try changing the SIZER ie:

    from:
    #sizer {margin: 0 auto; width: 100%; text-align: left; max-width: 100%;}

    to:
    #sizer {margin: 0 auto; width: 555px; text-align: left; max-width: 555px;}

    It worked for mi; hope it can help u too ^_^

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