On Fri, Jun 24, 2011 at 4:37 PM, webmaster for Kracked Press
Productions <email@example.com> wrote:
I found the part of the CSS that causes the right side of the page to be
Why this "hidden"option is needed.
a) You *must not* use <div id="Layout"> in your html, there is already
one div with that ID as part of the default layout, and you cannot
have two elements with the same ID in html, this is not valid. Same
for the other divs you did duplicate (BgContainer, Container, the
b) And you have an additional div class="typography", this again is
autogenerated, and is set to the full width of the page. When you have
additional elements on the left, then it doesn't fit anymore.
So the problem is you're "misusing" predefined/special css styles and
have hard formatting in your html.
Furthermore it "abuses" tables for layout. Tables don't make
"autoflow" easier at all.
Couldthere could be some sort of auto wrap option somewhere that will wrap
the text instead of hiding it.
No, as you explicitly tell it to not do that. The html contains manual
width specification of 784 pixel
So clean up the HTML - what you try to do is to fit "the content
within the content", and that doesn't work.
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Re: [libreoffice-website] right hand side of wrapped paragraphs hidden - any solutions other than "BR" tags? · webmaster for Kracked Press Productions
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