Yeah! go for it
Hey, after seeing abclife, I think your loosing your newbie status anyway
What you'll need to do is open the css files and scan down for the articles section and compare settings between the two. I bet once you look in there you'll be fine.
The best way to find the name of a css tag or class is to view source on the website. search for some like the read more in the article footer. then read backgrounds to a td class= or a div class etc. find that class in the css then. I dont think you'll need to do that in this case. but its there for the record
And if you do get stuck drop me a mail with your css and I'll take a look with you.
> Hi TikiGod,
> Is this something a newbie could tackle?
> > Damian:
> > Hiya,
> > Its a CSS problem. Something to do with width : 99% and width : 100%. I have the same problem on tikigod.org's cvs branch.
> > I think the best idea to solve it to try and match the settings in the css up with those in moreneat.css Its what I was going to try to fix the tikigod theme.
> > Damian