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Masselyn Aug 1, 2009 08:13 PM

[SOLVED] Adjusting the width of the td#middle
I've used this theme a lot, and I know I am missing something very small, but I would appreciate someone knocking me over the head with the "obvious" thing I am missing. I am working with the newer version (3.4.1 - which is sweet), so I wonder whether something changed and I am not seeing it.

I want to adjust the middle so that it fits on the following blog : http://rutlanddesigner.com/blog/. Basically adjusting the "post" and center content area so that I can get the sidebar to fit within the white area I have set (which is currently a background of the Layout container). I adjust the CSS through Firebug, but I can not stop it from being 100%.



Thanks in advance.


Flynn Aug 8, 2009 04:27 AM

You'll need to set the width on the COL element, not the TD, because this table is set to table-layout:fixed

coltwo {
width: ....

Masselyn Aug 8, 2009 08:26 AM

Thank you very much, that helped and did the job perfectly.

I have one more issue, and that is the spacing around this area is quite a lot and is pushing the sidebar. How can I adjust the left/right spacing around the content (posts, text, etc)? I have tried adjusting the padding, etc, to no avail. Setting the col width adjusted so that the text is the right spacing, but if I increase it everything gets pushed off of the side (or the side of the background I have designed). I am currently keeping it at 650px, but I would like it a little wider and to meet closer to the beginning of the sidebar (without squishing the contents of the sidebar). Hope this all makes sense.

Thanks again!

Flynn Aug 8, 2009 07:23 PM


padding: 0;

at Style & edit CENTER COLUMN -> Center column style

Masselyn Aug 8, 2009 07:30 PM

Thanks, Flynn.

I did that, and then increased the Col width to 800px, and it is currently pushing my sidebar out of the defined space. Any other ideas what settings I might need to change, or that I might have messed up?


Flynn Aug 9, 2009 03:02 PM

You have a padding of 170px there

td#middle {
padding:10px 170px;

Masselyn Aug 9, 2009 05:11 PM

THANK YOU. I see exactly what I did, and have fixed the padding all around correctly. It is looking like a dream!

You are the best!!

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