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  1. #1
    Mike Gorman
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    Default "Liberal" Pages....

    Every once and a while is that some pages appear "way to the left"
    side.

    What causes that and how can I get the page back to the "middle?"

    Regards,
    Mike Gorman

  2. #2
    Ian
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    Default Re: "Liberal" Pages....

    Do you have a URL as an example or does this sometimes happen with one page
    and then, later, it's OK again?

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    "Mike Gorman" <mmgorman@wiscorp.com> wrote in message
    news:0tpdc4dedp8o1qavied1bv8odb7nimpb5e@4ax.com...
    > Every once and a while is that some pages appear "way to the left"
    > side.
    >
    > What causes that and how can I get the page back to the "middle?"
    >
    > Regards,
    > Mike Gorman




  3. #3
    Derek
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    Default Re: "Liberal" Pages....

    'Center in Browser' checkbox on the layout properties? That's the bit I
    usually forget to do on a page <g>

    Mike Gorman wrote:
    > Every once and a while is that some pages appear "way to the left"
    > side.
    >
    > What causes that and how can I get the page back to the "middle?"
    >
    > Regards,
    > Mike Gorman


  4. #4
    Mike Gorman
    Guest

    Default Re: "Liberal" Pages....

    Per the next message, I did NOT have "center in browser" checked for
    ANY of the pages....

    It is NOW checked for all the pages and the pages are reposted...

    Here's a "left" page: http://wiscorp.com/products.html

    Here's a "centered" page: http://wiscorp.com/about_wiscorp.html

    I have no clue as to why there's a difference.....

    so, HELP.....


    Thanks in advance.

    Regards,
    Mike Gorman

  5. #5
    Mike Gorman
    Guest

    Default Re: "Liberal" Pages....

    Per the THISt message, I did NOT have "center in browser" checked for
    ANY of the pages....

    It is NOW checked for all the pages and the pages are reposted...

    Here's a "left" page: http://wiscorp.com/products.html

    Here's a "centered" page: http://wiscorp.com/about_wiscorp.html

    I have no clue as to why there's a difference.....

    so, HELP.....


    Thanks in advance.

    Regards,
    Mike Gorman

  6. #6
    Mike Gorman
    Guest

    Default Re: "Liberal" Pages....

    Regenerated for Update 1... No change... Still "left."

  7. #7
    Mike Gorman
    Guest

    Default Re: "Liberal" Pages....

    Regenerated for Update 1... No change... Still "left."

  8. #8
    Derek
    Guest

    Default Re: "Liberal" Pages....

    Mike,

    Looking at the page source, I'd say you've got HTML output options for
    the pages. I'm guessing the products page is Semantic XHTML and the
    about page is Dynamic?

    The products page has a stray unmatched '<CENTER>' tag immediately after
    the opening '<BODY>' tag; that's probably what's throwing the rendering.
    FF3 actually shows a blank page (background only). Could be a hangover
    from some previous coding, maybe? The products page has a '<DIV
    ALIGN="CENTER">' after the <BODY> tag, which is how NOF usually centers
    a page.

    Try setting the products page to Dynamic page layout & republishing...

    - Derek



    Derek wrote:
    > 'Center in Browser' checkbox on the layout properties? That's the bit I
    > usually forget to do on a page <g>
    >
    > Mike Gorman wrote:
    >> Every once and a while is that some pages appear "way to the left"
    >> side.
    >>
    >> What causes that and how can I get the page back to the "middle?"
    >>
    >> Regards,
    >> Mike Gorman


  9. #9
    Derek
    Guest

    Default Re: "Liberal" Pages....

    Derek wrote:
    > Mike,
    >
    > Looking at the page source, I'd say you've got HTML output options for
    > the pages. I'm guessing the products page is Semantic XHTML and the
    > about page is Dynamic?


    And the important word I missed there was '... got *different* HTML... '
    - oops.

  10. #10
    Mike Gorman
    Guest

    Default Re: "Liberal" Pages....

    On Thu, 11 Sep 2008 22:38:16 +0100, Derek <no.reply@who.cares> wrote:
    Derek:

    Thanks for responding. I set the page to dynamic. It had been fixed.
    Regenerated and resposted. At that point only a background page was
    shows. Blank otherwise.

    So, I changed it back to fixed....

    Your comment about a stray "center" might be the problem.

    How do I find where it might be coded such that NOF regenerates the
    page?

    This whole website was created by #5 (aka my 5th kid (who's 36 vs 12),
    but he's found a "real" job.

    So, I don't have a clue where to find any "custom code...."

    What I really need to do is to RTFM. For sure this seems to be a great
    product and I'm probably not using 0.1% of its power.

    Right now I'm trying to finish my Data Semantics Management text book
    (1100 pages). Once that's done.... end of next week, I intend to get
    focused on learnning NOF 11...

    It's dangerous to not at all understand my whole marketing face....

    So, if you could help just a little bit more I would sure appreciate
    it....

    Regards,
    Mike Gorman

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