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I decided to utilize my paid account a customize component. I haven't been have too much trouble until I used this code:

body {margin-right:60%} in my print_custom_head section.
I was going for making the component boxes more narrow and to the left, I seemed to accomplish this, only the horzontal scroll is much much wider now.
how do i fix this?

I spent several hours searching for the answer to this question and didn't find it, so I apologize if this has been answered elsewhere.  I followed the nifty tutorial on adding extra free-text boxes, and I got it to work above my links component (where the free-text is originally psoitioned in my user layer).  But it's also showing underneath my calendar.  Any idea why and how to prevent this?

Also, I managed to figure out how to get the vertical scroll-bar into my links component, but then I couldn't figure out how to put the actual links back in.  What is the command string that inputs that info in from the LJ form?

Thanks so much!
Well, I'm using the 'Edit the Profile Component' tutorial, and I was wondering if there's any way to change what it says when you're on the Friends page.


Edit: Also, is recreating the NavBar possible so it can link to, say, different styles of your journal? I've tried it with a flatbox, but it usually ends up looking funny, so can anyone help?
But, I'm trying to figure out how to post icons in a component box. See this journal for reference. The component box labeled My Drug lists various icons. I know this isn't in the free-text box since it doesn't take HTML. So, my question is, how do you do this? Thanks in advance.
Anyone familiar with how the palimg works? I've just switched over to a new layout, and I used to have the linkbar printed below the userpic (I used this tutorial), but the default gray of $e->print.linkbar() no longer fits in with the colors of my layout. I was wondering if there was any way I'd be able to recreate the linkbar so it could retain the layout colors but sit where I used to have it so it wouldn't take up width in my layout. Right now I have it set up the default way because I'd rather have the colors match than not.

Just as an estimate, how difficult do y'all think this would be to code? Is this even something I can reasonably do without having access to the source code?

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