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karlh07
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To start, I'm very new to CSS, and this is my first site using exclusively CSS to format. It looks great in Firefox, but I can't get the "testing" link to stay aligned in a straight line. What have I done wrong?

The problem:

The code:

CHECKING

home

skate

portraits

testing

Image not found

Image not found

Image not found

Image not found

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Put a <br> or two after the

Put a <br> or two after the testing link, and it'll align like the others. Why didn't you (properly) use a list, right justifying the text in the list items?

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gary

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That did the trick, thank

That did the trick, thank you very much! I actually did end up going back and changing it to a list, I don't know why I didn't do that in the first place.

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Yeah...use a list so that

Yeah...use a list so that you can remove the break tags.

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