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Index of css call

Posted by tultalk 
Index of css call
February 22, 2017 02:01PM
Hi:

logo.png appears properly spaced at top on main index page.
css call

<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="[jala-mi.org]; media="screen" />

In the announcement section the css call puts logo.png at top also.:

<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="[jala-mi.org]; media="screen" />

Other call for topics such as:

<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="[jala-mi.org]; media="screen" />

result in the logo.png displayed down from top by a significant amount.

I don't understand what the index is in the calls to the css.php and how it can effect placement of logo.png.

All the forum topics inherit from one that displays correctly.
Re: Index of css call
February 22, 2017 08:06PM
the index is the forum number only.
for the case that you could have a different template per forum.
if they all inherit the same, then just clear the cache.


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Re: Index of css call
February 22, 2017 11:14PM
Thanks. Cleared cache. Still a problem. Forum list Ok. Individual forum page with space above logo. Call to new topic and that page logo is down.

I have gone through all the css etc I can follow and can see no reason for this behavior. Difficult with dynamically created ages.. I was looking for some kind of "switch" based on the parameter with the css call. Looked and looked, for some action based on that integer but nothing.

Best regards
Bob T.
Re: Index of css call
February 23, 2017 01:58PM
More understanding. I posted test messages to one of the fourums where the logo was down about 200 px. As I posted new message, the logo.png moved up until appearing at the top. Align for list must be set at bottom or some such. Need to fix.

Best regards.

Compare:

[www.jala-mi.org]

to

[jala-mi.org]

to

[jala-mi.org]
Re: Index of css call
February 28, 2017 10:19AM
Hi Tultalk,

Quote

By default, the vertical alignment of the content in a table is middle (for both <th> and <td> elements).

So, you get what you ordered...

Regards
Oliver


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