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  1. #21
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    When I did this modifcation automatically all module are moving to the right around 20 pixels. Right modules can´t be seen 100%.

    calendar for example only shows 6 days because 7th day is moved to the right



    Anyone can help me?

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    works great - thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevnj View Post
    Works for me cept the module isnt collapsable now ?
    same, if it could be fixed so that it works with collapsable I will re-install it...

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    The blocks on my site are equal in size See attached

    I got this to work by adding
    Code:
    <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN">
    Below
    Code:
    $stylevar[htmldoctype]
    The following the rest of the instructions

    Now IE and FF work with no issues
    Attachment 3863

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    thank you for this, I have tried numerous other workarounds, none worked or indeed was as simple as this !

    currently live at

    http://www.engine-tuner.com

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    Got this error:

    You cannot create a page that it is it's own parent. Please go back and select a different parent page for this page.

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    Thank you brother. Very nice my website. (My little speak english )

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    Quote Originally Posted by Varsosnill View Post
    It works! Thank you!

    But is it possible to have 2 independent news modules on the central column?
    That should be easy.

    If you mean you want them side by side, look into adding a new location in your VBA settings and just edit the template so your central column is now two columns then add both news modules.

    If you want one on top of the other then don't bother with the locations and just add the second news module and it won't conflict with the first.

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    is this for vBulletin 3.7 and CPMS 3.01 ??

    Edit Error

    Der folgende Fehler trat beim Auswerten des Templates auf:

    Der Anfang der Template-Bedingung in Zeile 119 scheint zu fehlen (<if>). Dies kann zu unerwarteten Problemen führen.

    Häufig liegt das an einer falsch formulierten Syntax für eine Bedingung. Wir empfehlen, dass Sie diesen Fehler beheben. Sie können das Template aber auch in diesem fehlerhaften Zustand lassen.

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    I think that the last </if>'s are unnecesarry
    This ones:
    Code:
    </td>  
        </tr>   
        </table>   
        </if>   
    </if>
    If I put those, an error happen. If not, it works perfectly

    Thanks!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tresor View Post
    When I did this modifcation automatically all module are moving to the right around 20 pixels. Right modules can´t be seen 100%.

    calendar for example only shows 6 days because 7th day is moved to the right



    Anyone can help me?
    i have the exact same problem.Can anybody help?

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    Separate News Posts
    I not found, please help me find!

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    Good stuff!

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    EDIT: sorry, i solved my questions

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    Quote Originally Posted by starvin View Post
    I think that the last </if>'s are unnecesarry
    This ones:
    Code:
    </td>  
        </tr>   
        </table>   
        </if>   
    </if>
    If I put those, an error happen. If not, it works perfectly

    Thanks!!!!
    Thanks to this post, its working.

    Much appreciated!!

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    great hack, it renders good in IE but not in FF, the notices seems to **** it up in FF. any one that could take a look?

    http://www.asiaforum.no/index.php?styleid=14

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    Is posible 3 columns??

    Thanks.

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    I have fix all problem with IE.

    If you want I give you the code for 10 $

    1 single donation = Code for all

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    Quote Originally Posted by Valerio80 View Post
    I have fix all problem with IE.

    If you want I give you the code for 10 $

    1 single donation = Code for all

    is for me??

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    yes

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