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Advanced Poll: Why are the options / answers center aligned?  XML
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MoreBloodWine
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http://www.myu2sig.com/index2.php

It's a test page for my sites index.

Anyway, why are the options / results center aligned ?

I'd like them left aligned with the ticks / bubbles.

Using 2.08

Edit: Like how everything is left aligned i nthe demos: http://proxy2.de/poll/index.php
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They are aligned for me in Firefox.

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MoreBloodWine
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Carbonize wrote:They are aligned for me in Firefox.
I think Probably becaause I went into the template and changed all the centers to lefts. Now I just need to recenter what I want centered. By default instal though everything was center aligned.
MoreBloodWine
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BTW, what line in the template is for the vote button ?
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I am not familiar with the Advanced Poll nor do I have it installed at present. Can you look for type="submit" ?

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MoreBloodWine
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That doesnt have an align tied to it, on a related note. How can I write a batch file to auto delete a specific cookie. I need to keep deleting this one cookie while playing around with the poll.
 
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