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July 20, 2012 at 5:17 am #38988plainjohnMember
I hope I ended up in the right place requesting for help. I have inherited a website which uses Drupal as CMS. I love the way things are done in it but I have an issue with a specific page (it is actually a view). The page does not display the items on it nice and I am not sure how to fix it in the CSS files.
A short explanation of what this page is supposed to be doing: every week I post a newsletter on the website (that is the weekly newsletter) and that gets indexed on another page along side the other weekly postings (the weekly newsletter index), also once a month I post a monthly newsletter which gets indexed as well on a monthly index page (this is the page that is giving me trouble).
I have been given a short tutorial on how things were done to build that page (view) but it doesn’t help me very much (I was able to tinker in the back end and fix some display issues). I should say that I am not that knowledgeable as far as CSS goes.
This is my last resort :( . I hope the information provided will help people understand this situation.
Here are some images to help visualize:
the weekly newsletter:
the weekly index page:(the page that I am trying mine to make look like)
the monthly newsletter:
the monthly index page: (the page in question with some of the issues pointed)
Thank you for taking the time to look into this and please let me know if there is any additional information that is needed.July 20, 2012 at 6:00 am #106460Paulie_DMember
You haven’t stated the actual problem other than “it doesn’t display nice”.
You can inspect the css using you browser’s developer tools and find the element and tweak the css in your appropriate files but basically, I think you are trying to solve a Drupal ‘view’ issue with CSS and it’s probably not going to work as well you might hope.July 20, 2012 at 6:59 am #106461plainjohnMember
I am not sure if the issue relies in the drupal view (the monthly index page is a clone/copy of the weekly index page and I did check to see if the settings are the same). My only guess is that the issue is in the CSS. The bullets should align only in front of the articles, the subheading “economic news” should not display, the month name should align left and not in the article, articles are supposed to be a single line (their initial title). That is why I was saying that it’s not showing up properly. So if things seem ok in the views area I have no idea why the text is not aligned correctly.
Thanks fro looking into it.
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