I've noticed a fair bit of talk in the chatbox regarding this theme.I've noticed a fair bit of talk in the chatbox regarding this theme. It's called 'lamb' and is available as part of the 0.7 cvs package. Originally, the theme didn't use any tables, but due to a particular problem I was unable top overcome, I had to change the layout method from css only to a table defined layout. The problem (as many of you noticed) was that if the content in the main center column exceeded a certain length, the whole div was displayed beneath the right column. I couldn't find a way around this, so I'm asking if anyone with more knowledge of css could take a look to see if there is a way to overcome this problem. The theme.php file can be seen here -> http://cvs.sourceforge.net/viewcvs.py/e107/e107_0.7/e107_themes/lamb/alt_theme.php?view=markup and the style.css file can be seen here -> http://cvs.sourceforge.net/viewcvs.py/e107/e107_0.7/e107_themes/lamb/alt_style.css?view=markup Thanks in advance, me and a whole heap of e107 users will be very grateful if anyone comes up with a solution
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