Just a quick question in, I'm working on a little demo project and I'm trying to get to div columns to sit side by site but there misbehaving.
Link to demo page:
I can get them to sit side by side if I adjust the percentages in the "width" rule. but what happening now is that the "wrapper" div is not encompassing the "nav" and "main" div pretty much give me what I currently have now.
i need to change the space between the posts being displayed on the main page of my website www.labshab.com
i am using post-excerpts to show below each post title.. and i tried modifying #content but wasnt able to reduce the space.
please guide me
Hi, i have just started to work on a new website and decided i have to build almost everything in css, because i just like it
Now i am facing a few problems.
i am trying to create a middle circle with some round buttons around the middle circle, so that everything that opens, opens up in the middle page.
First i am not getting this middle circle in the center of the page.
Second, i am not getting these circular buttons
here is the code:
<!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> <meta charset="UTF-8">
Help! I am trying to get my form code lined up on a graphic using CSS and I almost have it perfected but cannot figure out what the remaining issues is. I would appreciate any solution. The form is at the following address and it looks good in firefox but doesn;t line up in IE (any version) I am pulling my hair out trying to figure it out. Help? address is: http://contactmanagersuccess.com/formfillingscript/newform.html
look at it in firefox and then look at it in IE
Here is the code
I did some research on the internet and found a couple sollutions for letting the footer stick to the bottom of your webpage. I applied those, but when I put my website in windowed mode my footer isnt at the bottom anymore.
<div id="wrapper"> <header id="header"> <div class="wrap"> <h1>Mark Vogelaar Portfolio</h1> <nav> <ul> <li><a href="index.html">Home</a></li> <li><a href="work.html">My Work</a></li>