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Globally setting page width on a Joomla site. Does this affect the modules and will it distort modules articles and sections etc.

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I have a site www.reportsolutions.com that is a Joomla site. It has a problem with the captcha which we fixed with the Google Captcha tool. We noticed when we installed it that we cannot seem to make it fit on the site. So users cannot see the captcha device as the text hangs off the page. Can anyone tell us how we could fix that.................And will it mess up the modules accordingly? What could we do to balance that out. The template is  a RocketTheme one called Solar Sentinel. If that helps.

Consequently does anyone know how to change the color of the Google Captcha from that red to something a bit more mild.....? Your support is greatly appreciated. Thank you.
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if you are using captach for some particlur node... then define the node template for this page. and for this particlular page remove the side blocks.

otherwise you can increase the screen width, its not affecting any module or node.

to customize the captcha see the link
http://code.google.com/apis/recaptcha/docs/customization.html
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Thank you sir this will work just fine.
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