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Shraac
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Somebody please help me Smile
this is part of my css file :

.third {
margin-right: 5pt;
margin-left: 30pt;
}

and I use it like this :

<img src="image.gif" class="third">1. ročník<br>

where class nadpis is:

.nadpis {text-align: left;
font-size: 12pt;
font-weight: 800;
margin-bottom: 0;
padding-bottom: 0;
}

I thought it should put my image a little bit right (I have also class second and first with less margin-left) .
In IE it was OK when I had "3" instead of word "third" but now it doesnt work
in Firefox it never works

Help me please

saimoto
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CSS help

First of all:
Use px instead of pt !!!
font-weight: 800???? What`s that?
font-weight:bold;

what exactly do you wanna do?

Shraac
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CSS help

you can use number instead of bold - 700 = bold thats ok
and so is pt, pt stands for points, px for pixels, it doesnt matter
what i want to do is to have one image a little bit far right then other image, nothing more