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Hi all, Disclaimer...this is my first attempt at playing with style sheets. Any pointers would be welcome. Also, this was only tested on Firefox 0.9.

On main pages such as The Gates, there are no class or ID definitions in the table tags so I can't figure out how to narrow the "reply to" column.

Lines that don't wrap, will continue on past the margins and won't be completely visible.

Jon

/*** Force all tables to use hard dimensions. Exceptions will have to be handled individually due to lack of class and id declarations on certain tables. ***/ table { table-layout: fixed; } /*** For some reason the monkbar is too long. This may need to change depending on your setup. ***/ table#monkbar { width: 85%; } /*** The section links were cut off. ***/ td.titlechooser { width: 40%; } /*** My prefered width for the main area. ***/ td.main_content { width: 85%; } /*** Big text editing box for replies. ***/ textarea { width: 100%; height: 25em; } /*** When viewing a node with replies, the replies table needs to be set back to auto ***/ table#replies_table { table-layout: auto; )

In reply to Re: Monastery Gates page is too wide by jonnybe
in thread Monastery Gates page is too wide by dmmiller2k

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