What I meant was that I normally put a small thumbnail image on the top left hand corner of each post and wrap the text around that. I was specifying the image dimensions in pixel rather than %, so what happened was that the text would be rendered differently depending on the resolution, as more or less words would appear on each line, while the image would still occupy the same amount of pixels.
Yes, I still have a sidebar on the home page, which I want to leave intact. I wanted to remove it from the blog posts, which I have done (after 22 emails to photocrati! They have a bug in their code I'm sure but wont admit it. They gave me a lump of css to stick in to remove the sidebar and widen the page.)
So right now they have all pages specified to occupy 100% of the screen, while the blog posts with no sidebar occupy 940 px. I wanted to have it so that the blog posts with the photos would occupy 100% of the screen, but it now seems that their theme only can widen up to 940 px.
Does it make sense to you that things are this way?
Does the site look ok to you?
I am considering changing theme so as I can showcase the image a bit better. It will probably be a lot of work though
Thanks for your responses