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Solved: Home page not filling page on sides

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by terrace, Oct 13, 2008.

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  1. terrace

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    If you widen your browser a bit more you'll see the orange is part of the onedirect add in the lower right corner. Only way you can "fix" it is to set your browser window a bit narrower.

    This is something the webmaster would have to correct. Seems they designed it for IE6 only. If you use IE6 and set the window just wide enough so the horizontal scroll bar disappears it looks OK, but if you widen it a bit it also shows the orange background/advertisement. IE7 and Firefox 2 both show the orange background before the scroll bar disappears.

    You could report it to them using the Contact us link at the bottom of the page.

    HTH

    Jerry
     
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    You're Welcome!

    Looks like they fixed the problem, or it was just that one advertisement. Have to see what happens if it cycles around again.

    If your issue has been resolved you (and ONLY you) can mark this thread Solved by using the Mark Solved button at the Top Left of this thread (above the first post) :)

    Jerry
     
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    (y)I didn`t contact them. Looks like as you said a new different ad. Cheers
     
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