[EventCalendar] Upcoming Events sidebar in IE - bleeding off page!

Jack Maton sonnymhsd at embarqmail.com
Mon Dec 8 01:58:07 UTC 2008


Upcoming Events sidebar in IE - bleeding off page!I mjust took a look at your site using IE and it looks fine.
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: benjamin k roe 
  To: eventcalendar at firetree.net 
  Sent: Sunday, December 07, 2008 12:00 PM
  Subject: [EventCalendar] Upcoming Events sidebar in IE - bleeding off page!


  Hello folks - apologies if this thread has appeared before, but I haven't seen anything on this forum with quite the same problem:   I've just recently added the Event Calendar and "upcoming events" widget to the sidebar of our Historic Harpers Ferry site (http://www.historicharpersferry.com) and it works splendidly - EXCEPT that the first letter in "December" bleeds off the left-hand margin.   This problem seems to be confined to IE - it works fine in Safari and Firefox - but despite a morning of tweaking columns and sidebars and font sizes nothing seems to work.  Any suggestions?  I'm running WP 2.6.3.   Thanks!

  /bkr.



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