i’ve installed grav and got it up and running with some basic tests.
I created my first page and when i flip between the home page and typography pages to my own page i notice that my page is not aligned with those supplied.
i tried copying some text from the Home page but still have the same problem
probably a trivial question but help approeciated.
thanks for getting back and sorry for not being clearer…
this is a vanilla installation of grav without any changes to it so it is using Quark theme and default.md which comes with two pages titled Home and Typography in the menu.
when i flip between these two pages the header (grav icon, site name and menu) remain in position and the body text of the page changes.
it also seems that if i copy one of these pages and change the body text then everything is ok and the header remains in the exactly same place
my issue is that if i create a new page from scratch the header info (grav icon, site name and menu moves slightly to the right in the browser (and back again when i go to one of the original pages) as if there is some extra css padding on the left of the page.
Definitely not copying from a Word document.
I tried using the Grav editor to enter a single word or some text and also tried cut and paste from within the grav admin centre to copy from one of the provided pages.
i guess that i have found a solution by copying an existing page
but i am interested to know what the issue is.
@rb1604, Not seeing what happens, I’ll have to resort to guessing…
How much text does your new page contain? If it is not filling the height of the page there is no scrollbar. Pages Home/Typography do have scrollbars. Appearing/disappearing scrollbars cause a horizontal shift.
If you do have pages that do not fill the entire height of a page and you don’t wish to see the shift, you could add the following css to force the scrollbar to show.