odd layout using divs and CSS

Hey All,

I'm trying to make a table of rows and columns using divs.

I've got this on my page:

Chrome link href tooltip css problem

Hi,

I am having a very special problem with chrome (version 40).

I have a footer:

<footer id="footer">
			<span class="footertext">0.9.0.4
				<br />
				<a href="http://anything.com" target="_blank">Anything</a>
				<a href="http://anything.com" target="_blank">Anything</a>
				<a href="http://anything.com" target="_blank">Anything</a>
			</span>
		</footer>

And some css for it (my website uses Bootstrap 3.0 ):

footer#footer {
  height: 60px;
  background: #e1e1e1;
}
 
#footer {
  text-align: center;
  padding-top: 1em;
}
 
footer a {

Centered background not aligning centered header.

Hello guys,
I am creating a website that supports bike roads in São Paulo. www.temgentenaciclovia.com
I wanted the header image to stay put on top of the site, always aligned with the background image, but for some reason, the image is a little bit to the left of what it should be.
Besides that, it all gets really messy when I try to browse the website from my cellphone.
Could someone please give it a look? I'm sure there's an easy fix to that.

thanks in advance for the attention!

ps: I'm not a native speaker, please don't mind my english.

Help a novice get a better grade... please!

I have a project that is slightly over my head so after working on it for a day I don't feel too bad about asking for help. Most of what I need to do is complete but I can't figure out why I can't get my col flush with my header or how to get 25px of padding on col1 without pushing col2 underneath col1. The other part I need to do is to make my collapse button extend col1 overtop of col2 but I know that's javascript. Take a look and see if you can give a novice a hand. I put everything in-line so you can see what's going on.

<!doctype html>
<html>
<head>

Drop Down Menu Text Showing Behind Photos

I've tried changing the z-index but nothing is changing?? On Chrome the menu appears normal though on other browsers such as Safari it's hiding behind the gallery images (not the home page slider) Maybe someone can help because I've done as much I can think of, thanks heaps !

my website is - White Boda Wedding Photography and you can see when you visit 'photography' you'll see the menu hides behind the gallery.

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