My problem is
that the pixel grid is cut off on the
right, and advertiser images are either
gone or cut off half way when screen
size of a computer is 800 x 600. (for
both mac and pc, the factor is screen
when computer screen size is
1024 x 768 or 1400 x 1050, the entire
grid is visible.
I realize that 800 x
600 means the entire screen does not
appear at first log on, but then in all
of the pixel grids online from various
programs, you scroll to the right and
the rest of the grid appears.
website, all information on the top
still displays (sold and available
rectangle, for example), but the
remainder of the grid NOT instantly
appearing in the screen is CUT OFF- when
you scroll to the right, the screen is
white, as if at the end of the grid (but
it is NOT)- there are about 20 squares
missing. Specifically, if you log in to
admin you can see the images
(going from top to bottom )forchristianitytodaymagazine", "brio",
and "adventuresinodyssey" towards the
right of the grid.
Then, click on my website from any computer with the
higher screen sizes, and these images
appear, published just fine. BUT, click
on my website from a computer with
screen size 800 x 600, and
christianitytodaymagazine is cut off at
the end, brio is mostly or all cut off,
and adventuresinodyssey NEVER APPEARS.
These pixel squares have been cut off-
the entire right portion of the grid is
missing. When you scroll to the right,
NO SQUARES appear that should be
there. Please feel free to ask any
questions you may have about this if you
are not clear on the problem.
I am concerned because advertiser images are
not displaying and this could cauase
problems with them...
The only things I have done is add page links at top bar
I have not touched code it's self...
Need someone who can do this now.... Payment only on completion!
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I can fix your script today but I would have to look at the code for doing so. I am an expert in Html and Web Technologies and this would be routine work. Waiting for your selection.