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[Resolved] Double Borders on other pages

  • steenface

    @steenface

    Here is the block of CSS that seems to be creating problems:
    #main {
    width: 930px;
    margin: 0 auto;
    background:#fff;
    border-top: none;
    border-left: #000 3px solid;
    border-right: #000 3px solid;
    }

    On my homepage, it creates a nice 3-px border and looks fine: http://www.steenface.com/

    But on my other two pages (About & The Others) the left border is doubled like so: http://www.steenface.com/?page_id=548

    I had to insert the border-top: none; line to get rid of the black line at the top but if I do the same to get rid of the border-left, it erases the left border completely from my home page.

    Any ideas?

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  • Jerry

    @phyrax

    Looks like a width problem! Delete the width:930px; see what happens!

    steenface

    @steenface

    I tried that it just turned it into a fluid-width format… with the double borders, haha.

    Jerry

    @phyrax

    OMG I just realized I was only looking at the “Flickr” thingy! lol I’ll look again!

    steenface

    @steenface

    I actually found out the problem with the help of a friend. It was so simple! Whoever created the template added a div tag to EVERY .php file so it was pulling the #main info twice, hence the double borders.

    D’oh!

    Thanks for the help though. 😀 (And the comment!)

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