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Opera browser rendering problem

Opera browser rendering problem

Sunday 12 January 2003 1:44:01 pm - 1 reply

I've adapted my template from the demo news template but I've found that, just like the demo, it doesn't render properly in Opera 6, widening to the full screen when it shouldn't.
Deleting the rather critical (!) line {$module_result.content} solves the problem so I figure whatever template segment that it uses is wher the problem lies. It must have a setting that goes beyond the 600 or so pixels it has to play with in the demo design.
Anyone know what template segment {$module_result.content} is using?
Richard.

Monday 13 January 2003 12:13:18 am

> I've adapted my template from the demo news template but
> I've found that, just like the demo, it doesn't render
> properly in Opera 6, widening to the full screen when it
> shouldn't.
> Deleting the rather critical (!) line
> {$module_result.content} solves the problem so I figure
> whatever template segment that it uses is wher the problem
> lies. It must have a setting that goes beyond the 600 or so
> pixels it has to play with in the demo design.
> Anyone know what template segment {$module_result.content}
> is using?

Hi Richard

The {$module_result.content} tag is replaced with the content generated by the system. The HTML that replaces this tag is dependant on the object (article, image etc) that is displayed.

Each object has a class id. Templates for objects are in
design/user/override/templates/node/view and dependant on the view in the url are named

full_class_[class_id].tpl

where [class_id] is the number associated with the class.

Cheers
Bruce

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