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    Are they still in the way? I made the header box taller so it should not force everything around anymore.

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    I always see it on the first post. Its "adds by google".

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwco5.3 View Post
    I always see it on the first post. Its "adds by google".
    At the very top of the screen, that's the issue at hang right, blocking the ability to login.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve View Post
    At the very top of the screen, that's the issue at hang right, blocking the ability to login.
    Yes, but now the ad (banner) is taller & is blocking the log in spaces completely..
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    Quote Originally Posted by stephan View Post
    Yes, but now the ad (banner) is taller & is blocking the log in spaces completely..
    What's your setup?
    - Operating system.
    - Browser and version.
    - Screen resolution.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve View Post
    What's your setup?
    - Operating system.
    - Browser and version.
    - Screen resolution.
    windows XP
    internet explorer, also got mozilla fire fox cuz someone here said it might help with the other issues, but moz ff is the same as I. Exp.
    I don't know what you mean about "version" ? I get all the updates if that's what you mean.
    Logging in isn't actually a problem for me any more cuz I found an alternate way now, I was just trying to help you understand what the other poster was seeing.

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    The main issue that you have is your screen resolution is set to 800 x 600. That's my guess anyhow. So there isn't enough room width-wise to show the page properly. I'm designing for over 1000 pixels wide right now.

    Go to your PC deskttop and right-click, then go to display or look for properties. Somewhere it will tell you your screen resolution.

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