Help! MediaWiki CSS woes!

The scotedublogs.org.uk site now has a wiki incorporated into it. It uses MediaWiki, which was an easy install, but unfortunately I'm having a hard time trying to adapt the look of the Wiki to blend in with the rest of the site. I've got it looking fine in Firefox, Konqueror, Opera and Safari and IE7. IE6 refuses to play ball though. The existing CSS already has a separate IE6 hack file, and I can't work out how to make it fix my new layout (8000px centered) the way it fixed the old one (full screen).

If anyone thinks they might be able to help, please let me know :)

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  1. I'll see if any of our MediaWiki guys can help out at work. We're also getting to grips with it at LTS so they my be as bamboozled as you, but we can try :-)

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  2. From Graham at work today:

    We've got a similar layout issue with the skin that we're planning to
    use for the edupedia - works fine in everything except IE6/7. I don't
    know if [our designer]'s managed to have a proper look at it yet, and he's off
    sick today, but if we make any progress I'll keep them in the loop.

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  3. Cheers Ewan. I read somewhere else on the Net that I need to switch to a more table-based skin, and start from there rather than monobook. I'm muttering to myself now - I'll go away and enjoy the weekend :)

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  5. he existing CSS already has a separate IE6 hack file, and I can’t work out how to make it fix my new layout (8000px centered) the way it fixed the old one (full screen)..........

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