Hmm... I need to find out myself. I don't know what is the right answer. I'll do some investigation and get back to you if I discover an decent answer. You should email the people at Verisign as they probably could help you..
Not yet, Still searching now for the proper width attribute..
I was able to change the width in the "includes/header.php" file to 900px..
As you can see from this picture the content of the page was wider but the white background stayed the same size.. Any suggestions?..
It don't look like that to me in IE7 or the latest version of Firefox....
Sometimes after changing the stylesheet you have to hold the.
Key down while doing a page refresh in the browser to force the browser to reload all contents from the server, including the newly changed stylesheet..
This works with IE and Firefox..
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I changed the Verisign site back to normal because it didn't look right. I made a screenshot to show everyone what it looks like when I tried to make it wider...
I'd suggest using the Web Developer plugin in Firefox to find/fix things like that..
It lets you make changes to the HTML or CSS "on the fly" and you see the results right away without touching any files on the server..
Although, sometimes what works in Firefox doesn't look the same in IE so it's not foolproof.....
The background doesn't exapnd to the new width because of this:.
The backgound image (.
) is 766 pixels wide and doesn't expand when you increase the Verisign site width...
Thank you very much for your help, I was able to make the background image wider. Just one little problem remains is now that the Verisign site is wider, I can't seem the get the main table on the home page to move over to fill the entire width of the page. Currently the Verisign website has a large white gap on the right. I'll keep trying to fix it and I'll post here if I do. Again I appreciate your help..
The index file has the table set to 100% but something else it keeping it at the original width. Maybe in the header file?.
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Got it now, Thank you for your help. Just a few more images now to resize and it's perfect..
Did this just increase the size of your Verisign site so that it was visually bigger, or were you trying to create more room for content?.
We we're trying to make the Verisign website wider, Not necessarily to add more content. It's just the standard monitors now are all wide screen and large. So with the Verisign site being 700 pixels wide there was quite a bit of room on the left and right and with higher resolution monitors things were harder to read and pictures were too small...
Hello Everyone, I would like to make our Verisign website wider but I can't seem to find where to do it. Currently our Verisign site is around 760 pixels wide. I would like to make it around 900 pixels.
Here is our URL.
In the index page all the tables are set to 100% page width so I assume it wouldn't be an adjustment there. Could it be in the Header? or could some CSS code be determining the width?.
I appreciate any help..
I am curious as well, did you eer find out how?..