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Discussion in 'General' started by Dan Milham on Dec 14, 2020.

  1. Dan Milham

    By:Dan MilhamDec 14, 2020
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    Anyone know how I can make an image like this one fill the entire column width? Screen Shot 2020-12-14 at 8.52.03 AM.png
     
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    By:MickeyDec 14, 2020
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    Hello Dan,

    Thank you for posting. I took a look at your club bulletin "RCOM Bulliten 112920" and I see that you are using HTML tables.

    Our CR bulletin system has a 'fixed total width' of 600 pixels wide - but this is even smaller because you're using a wide left column (400 pixels) and narrow right column (200 pixels). Using HTML tables you can actually specify total widths wider than this, this essentially 'breaks' the standard margins of our bulletin.

    More about bulletin widths:
    https://www.clubrunnersupport.com/a...idths-of-each-bulletin-template-in-clubrunner

    The image in your screenshot has been scaled to 400 pixels wide by our bulletin system which would fit the image to standard bulletin width - but because there are HTML tables in your other bulletin stories, this is actually 'stretching' your bulletin margin wider, thus causing the extra space.

    I reviewed the other stories in this bulletin; I tried to remove any HTML tables I could find without changing the look/layout of your bulletin. But please review the stories in this bulletin again, and either remove the table - or make sure the maximum width of the HTML table is 400 pixels wide (the width of that left column).

    If you have more questions please post again.
     
  3. Dan Milham

    By:Dan MilhamDec 16, 2020
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    Thanks
     
  4. Dan Milham

    By:Dan MilhamDec 16, 2020
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    Can you tell me how to remove the HTML table?
     
  5. Dan Milham

    By:Dan MilhamDec 16, 2020
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    To follow up; If the HTML tables to which you're referring are the story templates, I've removed them but the images are still confined to the smaller column width. Any way to change that?
     
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