Khalid Sattar wrote:
>Jim, perhaps IE6 is the problem, as my page still gets cut on the right.
>When I say cut, I mean that entire words are missing, not that part of the
>word is showing, and part is not, which is what is so weird. I did change
>the margins as you recommended, and that helped, but I am still having the
>same problem. Also, not every sentence will have words that are missing, it
>seems somewhat random. IE6 USERS - Does anyone else get the same problem?
>I checked the page on Mozilla Firefox (I don't need to support Firefox, but
>I was just testing to see what happens), and there a small number of words
>that actually get their last letter or two cut off.
>Changing the position to Static seemed to fix the problem of the bottom
>As far as the images, I added a slight margin, but since each image instance
>seems to act differently - some overlap the text a lot, some a little, some
>not at all - its still a bit of an issue. I think its easiest to remove
>them, so I was wondering if there was an easy way to supress them through
>CSS (without having to go through and apply a class to each one)?
>thanks again for all the help.
If there is a way you can change the text "box" to only 490 wide, that
will solve your problem. I am not 100% sure, but I believe a piece of
paper is about 500px wide (from the browsers view) so if you do that,
have no margin on the left, it should work (untested)
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