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Null

Trouble with my homepage

http://xbl360.myfreeforum.org/index.php?component=indexpage

As you can see, all the information is shoved over to the right
side of the page. I'm not exactly sure why this happens. The
same thing happens when viewing profiles to. If I'm correct,
this started when I added portals to my forum. Thanks.
myff admin

I don't see this in FF or IE7.
snowgoose

Nope, looks fine to me as well.
Null

Oh sorry, I fix'd this little problem, it was doing that when I had 1 set of portals.
But when I added the portals on both sides, it was fix'd. Thanks though.
Nick(NR)

I could be a switch thing, which guide did you use?
Null

I believe I followed this one http://howtodoit.myfreeforum.org/about590.html&highlight=portals
Nick(NR)

Thinking about that guide, it's actually the one I coded for phpbb as a reduction to the one admin created originally and I'm starting to think the switches are in the wrong place.

If you want to keep the dual portal then no worries, but if you do still want the left portal try this part instead:
Code:
<table width="100%" border="0" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="2">
  <tr>
<!-- BEGIN switch_forum_view -->
    <td width="125" align="left" valign="top">
<table><tr>
<td valign="top">
{MYFF.ANNOUNCE show_results="topics" link="FORUM"}{MYFF.STICKY show_results="topics" link="FORUM"}{MYFF.TOPPOSTERS}
</td></table>
</td>
<!-- END switch_forum_view -->
    <td valign="top" align="center">


If you do try this can you do it on a test template to see how it goes
Null

Thank you, it seems to be working perfectly now.

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