Site Designer shrank width of web...
I updated my website Saturday and something happened that shrank the horizontal, squeezing all my text/graphics. (go to http://www.ipcsg.org to see what they should look like). Capture1 is a screen shot of what happened to one the text box. Captere2 is what the "Page properties" dialog box which also shrank.
I have checked the "Width" of all screens, and they're all 1024. this has never changed.
I have tried restoring all my website files on my pc, same problem.
I have tried de-installing, then re-installing 6.6, same problem.
I have tried de_installing 6.6 and installing the most up-to-date version on your website. same problem.
I am at a loss. can you shed any light on what might have happened? I am not able to update my website until this is resolved.
Thank You - john tassi
I re-sent with attachments. first attempt the website timed-out.
Please attach them here. Did you clear your cache?
For Windows XP
Go to your Desktop, right-click it, and select Properties. Next, click the Settings tab and press the Advanced button. You will now see a DPI setting. If it is set to Large/120 DPI, set it to Normal/96.
For Windows Vista
Go to your Desktop, right-click it, and select Personalize. Select Adjust Font Size (DPI), located in the upper left-hand corner of the window. This will display the DPI setting. If it is set to Large/120 DPI, set it to Normal/96 DPI.
For Windows 7/8.1
Go to your Desktop, right-click it, and select Personalize. Select Display, located in the lower left-hand corner of the window. Then select Set Custom Text Size (DPI). This displays the DPI setting. If it is set to Large/120 DPI (125%), set it to Normal/smaller/96 DPI (100%).
Additionally, some Windows 7 themes change the default fonts to a nonstandard one, causing the issue described here. Change your theme back to the standard Windows 7 theme and see if that helps.
Let us know if this solves the problem. If not, feel free to get back in touch!
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