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Hi Corion,

I've made the background blue for the time being but I'm not in the mood of faffing around with CSS and spending hours to replicate the old look.

I see that currently, when not logged in, divs are still being used. Here are some changes to the current CSS that should at least approximate the old look:

  1. Either take the align="right" out of <td class="nodelets" align="right" width="20%" valign="top">, or add text-align: left; to the class div.nodelet_container.
  2. Remove float: left; from the class span.title.
  3. Add the following to the class div.nodelet_head: background-color: #006; padding: 1px 5px;
  4. Add the following to the class div.nodelet_body: padding: 1px 3px; border: 2px solid #006;

-- Hauke D

In reply to Re^4: Nodelet style broken? by haukex
in thread Nodelet style broken? by Anonymous Monk

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