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Why does my layout do this..





DarkReaver
Okay, so if you visit http://spookmedia.tk/ you will notice that there are 2 articles on the main page. My problem is that the first one looks normal, but the second one appears to be fitting into a much narrower area than the first and it looks weird. Any help would be greatly appreciated. It happens with every template.
sonam
I don't know nothing about Jomla and how did you are build your template, but when I look in your html then I see one td what push your content right. This td is after your second content:

Code:
<td width="50%" valign="top" class="article_column column_separator">
            </td>


When I remove it then I got second content streach normal like in first.

BTW this is not in any correlation with hosting here.

Sonam
DarkReaver
Thanks for the quick response. I am sure that you are right however I doscovered that i like the layout like this, beause it actually puts one column on the bottom right and one on the bottom left (figured it out when i tried to add a new article. Thanks for the help though.
sonam
Great if you solve your problem. Good luck.

Sonam
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