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Firefox layout issue
April 12, 2007
8:56 pm
Tal
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With firefox I'm getting a large space above my form, it seems to correspond with the content (image) in the sidebar – can someone help me figure out how to fix it?

Also,  I would like to widen the text boxes but when I do this in the stylesheet it seems to also widen the label "column" which doesn't look particularly professional.

 the website is http://innovationgippsland.com/contact-us/

Also, I'm not sure if this is a bug or not, but the submit button doesn't appear to have a line break before it – so when the width of the entire form is wide enough to fit the send button on the same line as the previous content (in my case the anti spam question) it doesn't appear on the next line - can this be fixed?  I can't figure out how to do it.  (the results with this are a little different in IE/FF )

 Thanks

 

April 12, 2007
9:23 pm
Oliver
Munich, Germany
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Tal,

Looking at your cforms.css, I noticed that you are one of the unlucky users ;) that downloaded a version that was online for just a few minutes and contained extra code management information, which essentially breaks the layout. Sorry for that.

Please download the updated 3.4 release with a corrected cforms.css and simply replace your existing one with this new one.

PS: Save your indivdual modifications first! 

April 13, 2007
3:11 pm
Tal
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Thanks, I just downloaded the new files and uploaded to my server but I'm still having problems.  At this point, I haven't even changed anything  – the send button is at the top of the page and I'm still getting a large white space above the form

April 13, 2007
5:04 pm
Oliver
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Tal,

Looking at your site on IE shows more issues, also in other areas. One solution would be to modify your content div container (which also fixes some other IE issues your blog has):

try adding:

float:left; margin:10px 40px  5px 0;

to

#content {…

Let's see if that does the trick. 

April 16, 2007
1:20 am
Tal
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That's fixed the location of the send button in IE, but not FF

April 16, 2007
1:33 am
Tal
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I did some more fiddling and it appears to be a suitable result now, thankyou for your help.

April 16, 2007
7:18 am
Oliver
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Tal said:

That's fixed the location of the send button in IE, but not FF


It looks pretty good to me. :)

You may want to adapt the width of the #content div, otherwise IE6 will push it below the sidebar. Also check your paddings and margins, since IE still renders the layout a bit different…I'm sure you'll get the last IE oddities squared away, too.

 

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