I am having a similar issue to this person: https://csscreator.com/topic/blog-comment-heading-font-color-weebly-site
The difference is that mine is the opposite issue (font is showing up white on a white background) and my code appears different than the original question above so I was not able to reach a resolution from those instructions. For those who don't want to read the other post here is a quick summary of my problem:
I'm having issues with a template I had converted from Photoshop design to HTML.
The freelancer who coded it did not add the css inline. I asked why and they told me that this would affect the responsiveness of the template.
Is there any option to make a good responsive template of it?
Attached the files.
Really hope someone can help me..
Here is the template: http://lucasjq84.eightyfour.axc.nl/mail/ (i can't attach it, appears there is something wrong with the attachments option)
If a user makes a mistake completing the forms - omits the name field, for example - an error message in red appears on the left to remind him that it is a required field. The error message appears haphazard and untidy, and I was hoping to display it in the form field it and then, when the user clicks on that field, the error message disappears to allow the user to complete the form field correctly.
How would I go about having the error message appear in the form field itself?
Div with "width: auto;" not auto-expanding & "display: inline;" not working on its own. Why is this happening?
Can anyone tell me why my div is not auto expanding to fit its contents, even though I set "width: auto;" ?
Also, why does my "display: inline;" not work?
You can see what I mean here: http://www.jasonwangart2.blogspot.ca/
Question 1: I set the div-with-thick-red-dashed-border to "width: auto;", but the inner divs are wrapping for some reason, and the div-with-thick-red-dashed-border is not expanding horizontally to contain more divs.