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trampoline

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can anyone tell me why my right block is overshooting the site to the right ?
site is at
www (dot) tibetcustom (dot) com

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buckwildbill

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Looks fine to me but if you have a low screen resolution, that wide image down in the "Happy Losar" article will stop the center column from resizing too far.
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It looks Ok on IE7
and firefox on OS X leopard or Safari on OS X Leopard but on IE6 it is not OK, very odd.....
Maybe a DIV issue or something ???
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ironmax

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Temporarily remove this image or resize it smaller /images/library/Image/happylosarfin.gif. It is currently set for 600px. The actual image size however is without any html restrictions is made at 921 by 169. If you set the properties in the html for the pic, like below, it should pull your site back together.
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<img border="0" src="/images/library/Image/happylosarfin.gif" width="500" height="91 alt="">

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Thanks How did I never see that ?
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ironmax

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Well...it looks good to me now. I've checked it in Firefox, IE6 and Opera, and there is no problems as far as I can see now. The only thing I see that is a potential problem is with the menu. You may want to limit the number of menu items on the top menu bar to only show only 5 or 6 menu items, otherwise it'll wrap to the next line. Also keep in mind in the blocks on either side, you may want to check to see that there are no images that are larger than the block width size, because that can also push the blocks out larger than desired. One last thing, if you are running a smaller screen size like 800X600 res, you will notice that you will have the horizontal scroll bar. The testing that I did was at 1024X768.

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