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  • For some reason my work browser is showing a clipped (on the bottom) version of the header graphic/logo at my blog. For example, the bottom tail of the “g” in blog is basically obliterated.
    I’ve gone to two other computers and everything looks great and normal on them (in both IE and Firefox). I’m wondering whether I just need to adjust something on my monitor or if other people would be seeing things this way.
    If you can just give me some feedback as to whether you are seeing things as normal or clipped, that would be a help to me.

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  • Mark (podz)

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    In your css #header, the image has a height of 150px, but I measure it at closer to 185px, so that might be something to alter.
    That might impact on something else, but it’ll be fixable – just post if you need help 🙂

    You rock Podz!
    I did the 185px, saw a tiny part of the g was still being cut off. 190px did it. I still need to go look at it with other computers to see what’s happening. How do you measure px or in other words, how big is a px? Maybe I should just google-search this question.

    Mark (podz)

    (@podz)

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    You can just view the image in Firefox, but I also have this little freeware gizmo : http://www.iconico.com/caliper

    Thanks for the link! What a handy little tool.

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