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Pages with posts different WIDTH/position than normal pages (CSS issue?)

  • Hey guys,

    I’m using Pool with some modifications and have made a lot of progress, but the homepage http://erp.ncsu.edu is a different width than all the other pages (just go there and click around and you’ll see).

    I looked at the style.css and tweaked a few things to no avail. I’m sure this is a quick fix for you guys, but any help would be great.

    Thanks and keep up the good work!

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  • Viewed in Firefox I don’t see any difference.

    Hmm…I’m using Firefox and there is a difference for me…

    The position “jumps” a few pixels horizontally…

    Ah, I just remembered something. On your site I couldn’t experience it because the actual viewable part on my screen might be smaller than on yours…
    Anyway, on another site I did it happened when viewing pages that are short=no vertical scroll bar and pages with vertical scroll bar. There was a little bit of “jump”.
    Is this the case?

    Yep that’s it…I would have never caught that…I thought it was the Posts generating the jump…

    Did you figure out how to fix it?

    The “non-vertical scroll” pages appear slightly right of the pages that do have vertical scroll…

    Not really, and I don’t think there is a “fix”. As I view it, basically what happens is this: the scrollbar “pushes” the whole page a bit to the left when it appears.

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