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Hi Ivan, *,

On Sun, Jan 30, 2011 at 7:31 AM, Ivan M. <> wrote:
On Sun, Jan 30, 2011 at 7:35 AM, David Nelson <> wrote:
Hi, :-)

I renamed it "Nabble" as a quick fix, but really the CSS needs fixing,
as you say.

I've emailed Christian the CSS/image fix.

I don't like the fix, i.e. I dislike having the menu spread over two
lines, hence I hacked something up with javascript that reduces the
padding to make it fit in one single line.
If the text is too big to fit with a padding of 10px (left+right),
then the line will just exceed the header area, and will be centered.

Without having javascript turned on the menu will just continue to the
right, next to the header.

the staging site should now contain loooong entries, so that you will
get the exceeds width even with default settings.

So please check this for possible regressions

Note: only the main-menu navigation has been adjusted, the
second-level one still uses the float method.

However, if at all possible,
please try to structure the website in a way that doesn't require a
two-line secondary navigation (I know this is difficult since we rely
on the default system sans-serif font).

This of course still holds true, exceeding the predefined width of the
styling elements should be avoided. But at least now it will handle
the situation more gracefully.


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