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<div> not reaching the right hand side, leaving space instead offilling it

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Hi,

I've been wrecking my brain on what is probably a very small thing.
On the following link i've got a page that does not fill properly to the
right-hand side. As you can see the bannerArea is too short (compared to
the width of the screen).

How do i make sure that the bannerArea div also fills to the side like the
other divs?

http://www.fixed.com/BorderTest.html

TIA

Fermin DCG
Jul 20 '05 #1
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On Fri, 05 Mar 2004 02:07:46 +0100, F. Da Costa wrote:
I've been wrecking my brain on what is probably a very small thing.


That should be wracking, 'wracking your brain',
...unless the very small thing is the worm from
the bottom of the bottle of Mescal you just finished.

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Jul 20 '05 #2

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F. Da Costa wrote:
Hi,

I've been wrecking my brain on what is probably a very small thing.
On the following link i've got a page that does not fill properly to the
right-hand side. As you can see the bannerArea is too short (compared to
the width of the screen).


I can see what you mean in IE, but in Firefox, the banner looks OK, but
it seems like the position of the login form is wrapping incorrectly:

http://homepage.ntlworld.com/jd.coll...ges/banner.jpg

Might this be the cause of the problem?

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jc

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Jul 20 '05 #3

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Jeremy Collins wrote:
F. Da Costa wrote:
Hi,

I've been wrecking my brain on what is probably a very small thing.
On the following link i've got a page that does not fill properly to
the right-hand side. As you can see the bannerArea is too short
(compared to the width of the screen).

I can see what you mean in IE, but in Firefox, the banner looks OK, but
it seems like the position of the login form is wrapping incorrectly:

http://homepage.ntlworld.com/jd.coll...ges/banner.jpg

Might this be the cause of the problem?

Doesn't look like it, modfied some small things but it still remains the
same. Using the live css editor for FireFox its very easy to see that the
changes to the #login have no effect at all. The far right stays uncool
(had another word in mind).

The same area is indeed correct in IE5+ but there the #subNavMenu is ...

Suggestions still appreciated.

Fermin DCG

Link on http://www.fixed.com/BorderTest.html
Jul 20 '05 #4

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Andrew Thompson wrote:
On Fri, 05 Mar 2004 02:07:46 +0100, F. Da Costa wrote:
I've been wrecking my brain on what is probably a very small thing.


That should be wracking, 'wracking your brain',


I just assumed he was writing with a Kiwi accent.
Jul 20 '05 #5

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