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If you haven't already, try this: go to your Display Settings, and turn on the three options Lay out {nodelets|main|threads} as <div> instead of <table>. Then add CSS in the On-Site CSS Markup box to style those divs as you like. And in Free Nodelet Settings you can add javascript to mess around with behaviors and such. And when you've gotten something working you think is really cool, share it in PMD with "[Free Nodelet Hack]" in the title. :-)

Here's how I have customized my layout using the above method: screenshot
The big scrollable box near the top contains the "main" part of the page.
The colored nodelet boxes below that float. :-)

I reckon we are the only monastery ever to have a dungeon stuffed with 16,000 zombies.

In reply to Re^5: Title bar and menu face lift? by jdporter
in thread Title bar and menu face lift? by Lady_Aleena

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