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    JCE Editor default alignment

    The Edugeek Joomla Package - absolutely genius! Keep up the good work. My school's development website is http://myweb.bgfl.org/hodgehgs.

    Just struggling with the JCE Editor Toolbar alignment.
    In the backend it displays left aligned - perfect.
    In the frontend it displays center aligned - not good (see attached jpg).

    I've skimmed the JCE Editor website's forum but with no luck. Any of you guys know what I need to change to get the toolbars left aligned in the front end? I'm guessing it's a stylesheet problem...

    For information, I use a customised css file, as per the edugeek joomla package instructions.

    Thank you!
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    JCE alignment

    I believe, from the development work I've done, that JCE uses the CSS body alignment from the current template. It also uses body background colour etc which is a real pain if you want a dark "outer" area with your fixed width content centred within it.

    I'm sure there's a hack - I just haven't found it yet.

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    Looking good patshaw101 glad you are finding the package useful.

    Add the following to the template_css.css file to fix the toolbar issue:

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    td.mceToolbarTop { text-align: left; }

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    Thanks for response, but I didn't give you all the information you need (Sorry!).

    The code you gave me did not appear to work. Am I right in assuming that the code applies to the TinyMCE editor?

    I'm actually using the JCE Editor. Any similar code I can use for JCE Editor?

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    Try clearing your browser cache. The above code will fix your issue.

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    Sysman, you were right all along. doh!

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    No worries

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