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#220788 01/04/2009 10:45 PM
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After getting my headers, wraps and footers set up, my drop downs (stuff, search, active, etc.) are misplaced (see screen shot). Can anyone give some direction as to where I can adjust this placement?

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That's definitely something in the customizations that have been done. What you'll probably need to do is maybe setup a second test forum and then add your headers, wrappers, footers, etc. one at a time so you can pinpoint where it's actually breaking.

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Yikes! OK, I'll post it if I find anything.

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All right I've narrowed the problem down to my definitions in the CSS I use to controll the header. I had the wrap class defined as follows.

#wrap2 {
position: relative;
background: #fff url(wrap-bg.jpg) repeat-y;
width: 85%;
min-width: 900px;
margin: 50px auto 0 auto;
text-align: left;
}

I adjusted to:
#wrap2 {
position: relative;
background: #fff url(wrap-bg.jpg) repeat-y;
width: 100%;
min-width: 900px;
margin: 0 auto 0 auto;
text-align: left;
}

Changing the margins and the width %. I can live with the margin change, but can any give direction on how I can mainting my 85% wrap and still align the menu?

You can see the board in developement at:
http://site.huntingpages.com/asplist/

Thanks for the feedback.

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With the current way things are, your easiest solution is probably going to be to wrap the entire thing in a 85% width centered table.

That being said, you might be able to tweak that class a bit. I'm going to guess the position: relative; one might be the root of the issue.

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Thanks - I'll play with it some more and see if I can improve on what I've got.


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