fmz 14

I am working on a page that has a calendar on it and the page content has shifted somewhat from the original layout.

The background image is down and the logo has shifted down and to the right a little.

The layout should look like this but as you can see here there is a subtle but important difference. I have FireBugged this to death but can't figure out what is causing this shift.

Please note, that I am working with a legacy system that combines tables and divs. This is not my choice, but rather, something that I have to work with.

Thanks!

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The background image has vanished because #header is picking up styles from base.css which include a background-color: #FEFFFE;

The logo has dropped because that is picking up margins from base.css

base.css is not loaded by the first page.

http://globalhealth-dev.oit.duke.edu/themes/code_pack/calendar/default/css/base.css

seems to be part of the calendar, but the id's clash...

Answered over 7 years ago by Tony Crockford
  • Hi Tony, thank you for spotting that. base.css is the styling for the calendar. I will go in and remove the conflicting items. Thanks! fmz over 7 years ago
  • Tony Crockford, FTW. +1 Abinadi Ayerdis over 7 years ago