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This isnt solving ths problem :S
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Ok maybe it is centerd.. just not for me.. how comes? I have been in firefox settings and i have changed a few stuff before i made the forums.. in the url bar i type Ip:config and change a some settings

One thing that i did was this..
1 open firefox, type about:config and press enter

2 right click on the page and select new option then select Boolean

3 enter the following string config.trim_on_minimize press enter

4 find the value and make sure that it is set to true

5 restart firefox,

Secondly

Type the word: pipe

You should now have four entries:

network.http.pipelining - false
network.http.pipelining.firstrequest - false
network.http.pipelining.maxrequests- 4
network.http.proxy.pipelining - false

Double click on each of the first two and change to: true
Double click on the third one and change maxrequests to: 16
Double click the last entry and set to: true


There the settings that i did to Firefox - Not sure if this could cause it???
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Ok.. Cant be that ive changed firefox to back to default settings in about:config and then restarted firefox.. no affect on the forums.. What else could be causing this.. I want it centerd for my self.. and a friend has the same problem..
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Any chance you have FF's Options set to override web page styles, fonts and sizes?

I've been looking at the source code for your main page and I have never seen something so screwed up in my life. Well, actually I have and they have been other forums' source codes. :) Seems to be several repeats of the same code in places. Since I do not have the ability to run your page locally via PHP, I probably will make a lot of mistakes cleaning up that code and put in the centering for it.

I bet you did not look at all the code errors and this may be the main cause that you are having problems. What you edited in FF's files shouldn't be causing you the problem.

Edited by Major Payne, 26 November 2008 - 07:06 PM.

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If i gave you admin would you be able to get it centerd for me..?

Why is it centerd for you and not me?
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Fixed.
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Mind posting your solution for anyone who happens to come across this thread in the future?
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Fixed.

Doesn't look fixed to me. Still centered and images still repeat where they shouldn't. Same coding errors.

Screen Shot on Firefox V2.0.0.18. Ignore white lines as they are artifacts from scroll shot.

Edited by Major Payne, 27 November 2008 - 10:21 PM.

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Have another look :)
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Still looks like screen shot I took in Firefox. Only now you have more HTML errors: 290 Errors, 90 warnings. Same CSS error I think.
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