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Chrome Version: 18.0.1025.142 OS Version: 6.1 (Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2) URLs (if applicable): Other browsers tested: Stable Chrome, FF 11 Add OK or FAIL after other browsers where you have tested this issue: Safari 5: Firefox 4.x: IE 7/8/9: What steps will reproduce the problem? Load the page, the buttons for the lessons are shifted sideways. What is the expected result?

Lesson button alignment is arranged properly. What happens instead? They are shifted sideways Please provide any additional information below.

Attach a screenshot if possible. UserAgentString: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64) AppleWebKit/535.19 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/18.0.1025.142 Safari/535.19.

Processing Cc: [email protected] Labels: Action-ReductionNeeded Summary: [Website rendering improperly/error Just tested. Lesson numbers show alright / aligned properly for me for both WinXP and Win7, testing both Chrome 18.0.1025.151 and Canary 20. I don't have Dev 19 handy to test at the moment. Are people sure about 'every version before 18.0.1025.142 works with this site, and versions after don't.' And 'fails in M18 too for me on Windows'?

(Honestly, everything showed OK for me. Could it possibly be any interaction with any extensions?) @akiany, please provide the version of Chrome for which it is broken from about:version. Also, if you know where the error is about the centered DIV, etc, could you help to create the simplest HTML file with code reproducing the problem and attach it to this bug report?

Green Dot Public Schools Simplifies TypingClub Integration with Google Chrome Single Sign-On Kyle Gouveia is the Knowledge Management Analyst and Instructional Technology Coordinator for Green Dot Public Schools, the third-largest charter school operator in the United States. He is in charge of managing over 10,000 students' access to technology in the Los Angeles area. Green Dot Public Schools has been using TypingClub for about a year and plans on having 100% Single Sign-On (SSO) integration by the end of the school year. At a Glance Kyle Gouveia is in charge of managing over 10,000 students' access to technology in the Los Angeles area. His schools use TypingClub as an engaging, easy to use, and effective way to teach students to type. TypingClub's integration with Google Chrome enables students to log in much more simply with Single Sign-On, saving time and energy for teachers and students. The Challenge Green Dot Public Schools students use several different programs in their classes to cover different subjects.

However, with such a large number of students, generating over 10,000 unique usernames and passwords for each program was an overwhelming task. Students would easily confuse these accounts or even forget their login credentials because different programs had different username and password requirements. Kyle knew that there had to be a way to simplify the login process for his students.

The Solution Kyle was delighted to learn that TypingClub is now integrated with Google Chrome: 'At this point every single one of our students has a Google email address. That's step one. Our huge push this year is to make sure every single student logs in. What we're trying to do with all of our systems is use SSO for anything that we're able to. This makes it easier for our students to not have to remember 50,000 usernames and passwords, and it's also easier to manage from a teacher and admin standpoint because then it becomes really simple - everyone has the same naming convention and everyone does it the same way. From a management standpoint it becomes easier as well.'