Apologies in advance - I'm a complete Drupal newbie, but I have tried to read the documentation carefully.
I've created a Zen subtheme with a fixed layout. The default 3-column layout has left and right sidebars of 200px width, content of 560px width, and (obviously) a total page width of 960px. What i need instead is for each sidebar to be 160px, the content to be 635px, and the total page width to be 955px.
I edited the layout.css file, replacing all instances of 960px with 955px, 200px with 160px, 760px with 795px, and 560px with 635px. And.. the layout's completely messed up. The left sidebar appears to the right of the content, with the right sidebar right next to it. The navigation bar is offset way to the right: it's aligned with where the left sidebar sits now.
I know it's really important to 'do the math' - i.e. "Negative value of #content's width + left margin" etc - but I thought I'd done that. Clearly I haven't done it properly. :( Can anyone offer any advice? It would be much appreciated. I can obviously post my layout.css if it would help.Read »