Hi Devblog -
Made the changes and previewed them. I haven't yet committed them, as I ran into a few more questions please...
1. I tried both suggestions for the header, but couldn't see a difference between one and the other (and don't know what the code difference is supposed to accomplish
2. There was no width field for the #header_content, so I just added this to match the other widths.
3. How to center images... If you try to save any of the images that I've put copy protection on (via HTML, you'll only get a GIF transparency - exactly as I want. However, by doing this (via the HTML editor for a given post), I can no longer center-align the protected image. On the current blog that's not so bad. But when I make this wider, that'll leave a lot of empty space to the right of the photo, and it's ugleeeee. Is there a way to get this to center itself? I had played with various editor tools, but didn't work. Here's a sample of the wrapper code for a single protected image so you can see what I'm talking about:
4. In the CSS editor, there's an option that reads: Limit content width to 655 (default). How does this affect the changes if I made the columns wider (or does this not matter)?
5. MINOR: There's some weird repaint "stuff" that I was never able clean up (so you can still see it on the current blog). This persists if making everything wider of course. In particular, if you look at the top of the 2nd image (swans in a basket), off to the right and just below the topline of the image, you'll see where there's a strange thing going on with the right boundaries of the light grey and medium grey sections. There's a portion where that's about 15 pixels wide where there's a discontinuity. Scrolling the entire blog down and then back up will expose this. Playing with other windows over this will sometimes make it show, sometimes it'll go away. Just a bit weird (and nothing the casual reader would likely notice. I'd attach a screenshot if I knew how...
Again - many thanks!!!
Sorry for the add'l q's!!!