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# 41
01-12-2012, 01:34 PM
I stand corrected...

the <div class="panel"></div> has a width of 800px;

With margin, padding and various spacings it creates the oversize shown in the profile.
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# 42
01-12-2012, 01:36 PM
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Originally Posted by anazonda View Post
I stand corrected...

the <div class="panel"></div> has a width of 800px;

With margin, padding and various spacings it creates the oversize shown in the profile.
You're looking at it more closely than I am. :-)

I'm just making an educated guess of the problem; not actually looking at the source code.

A screenshot is good enough for me to point out the problem.

But good catch. I always enjoy talking to other programmers.

Edit: Also, good catch on the use of Drupal. I only glanced at the HEAD section and didn't notice the reference.
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# 43
01-12-2012, 01:38 PM
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Originally Posted by rswfire View Post
You're looking at it more closely than I am. :-)

I'm just making an educated guess of the problem; not actually looking at the source code.

A screenshot is good enough for me to point out the problem.

But good catch. I always enjoy talking to other programmers.

Edit: Also, good catch on the use of Drupal. I only glanced at the HEAD section and didn't notice the reference.
I am a web-developer specializing in Drupal

Worked with it for more than 2 years now.

I noticed that the page was made in drupal when i signed up on the page, becasue of the somewhat unique registration form.
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