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[Resolved] Text is centered and can’t figure out why

  • TomJohnson
    Member

    @tomjohnson

    The text is centered on my blog and I can’t figure out why. I looked in the stylesheet but can’t find this setting. It only appears this way in IE, not Firefox. Here’s the blog: http://whataboutmomblog.com. I’m using the Cutline Split 1-3 theme.

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  • drewactual
    Member

    @drewactual

    try this for starters:

    in your css, find and change:

    body { background: #fff; color: #333; font: 62.5% Georgia, “Times New Roman”, Times, serif; text-align: left important!; }

    with:

    body { background: #fff; color: #333; font: 62.5% Georgia, “Times New Roman”, Times, serif; text-align: left; /*Important*/ }

    FF may have figured out what you meant to say, but IE doesn’t bother with that…. If you use the developer plug-in for FF, it gives you a nice little validation tool. You can find stuff like that easily using it.

    TomJohnson
    Member

    @tomjohnson

    Thanks. Unfortunately that didn’t work. Any other ideas?

    drewactual
    Member

    @drewactual

    add to #content: text-align:left;

    add to .entry: text-align:left;

    see what happens

    TomJohnson
    Member

    @tomjohnson

    Thanks. Actually, I decided to just switch themes from the three column split to two, and in the two I didn’t have this problem. Thanks again for your help on this.

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