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Hello,

There is actually still a problem with my calendar as a result of the update and outage. The formatting of my calendar is wrong, even though it was correct before this happened.
The month title and Jan - Dec is not centered even though it used to be, and does show up correctly on the preview when I go to export it. You can see it here:

http://www.aretedancecenter.com/classes-registration/

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Lerey
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As I believe I mentioned in another thread, this has nothing to do with the upgrade/change. The formatting discrepancies you note can be clearly traced back to global CSS changes present in your site's style.css file.

For example, on line 38 of your style.css file, there is a :
vertical-align:baseline
which is being applied to almost all of the content on your page.

Likewise, on line 63 of the same file:
text-align: left;


Try commenting out those lines and refreshing and you will see it is what is causing the month-title misalignment.
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Hello,

I commented those two lines out, but it is still the same.

In the past we have had this problem, but it was fixed by you before this update. You said something about how the "global site CSS was causing the problem with the calendar, but you were able to do something so it did not affect the calendar settings."

Do you remember that?

Lerey
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Yes. Sometimes we are able to circumvent global CSS changes made by a particular site's stylesheet.

I checked your calendar, and it looks great to me now. Press CTRL-F5 or clear your browser's cache and check again. I think commenting out the lines I indicate did fix the problem and you may be seeing an old version of the page.
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