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catty Jun 8, 2009 11:18 AM

[SOLVED] after resizing my blog, it's now right justified??
 
I used the Atahualpa options to set my layout minimum width to 800pixels. Once I did this, the whole homepage now is right justified on the screen. How do I get it to be centred again?

juggledad Jun 8, 2009 12:51 PM

What are your other settings, like Layout WIDTH and type, Layout MAX width, what' the width of your sidebars?
Post the url and I'll see what I can tell.

If you haven't made too many changes on the page, you can always press the GREEN button to reset the page defaults.

catty Jun 8, 2009 01:09 PM

Hi! My other options are:

Layout width 99% Fluid
Layout MIN 800 pixels
Layout MAX blank
Layout container style: padding: 0;
Layout corner padding (left/right): 180

URL: http://www.thecattylife.com/

Basically what I was trying to achieve was - I have a 14" laptop on which the homepage looks fine. When I use my NC10 netbook (9"), the page was all squashed so I thought if I inserted a MIN pixels, that would work. And it did in that the page is no longer squashed, but now it's right justified on my netbook. So weird :(

juggledad Jun 8, 2009 01:36 PM

Why do you have a 180px padding on the left and right side of the container? (in ATO->Layout->Layout Container Style)

catty Jun 8, 2009 01:55 PM

I have the 180x padding because I like the white space gap on either side.. I think it looks good. Although now that it's right justified, I've lost the space on the right side...

catty Jun 8, 2009 02:30 PM

Ahhh! I've managed to fix it myself. I removed the 180x padding but set layout MAX pixels instead. all good now thanks for your help, it got me thinking!


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