I'm working on a website and I made an example of the problem i have here
Im very new to CSS so I apologize if this is a dumb question...
Is there any inherent CSS classes?
For example, I am trying to make some minor edits to my wordpress theme. All of the featured pictures on my front page are contained within a div class="wrap" and at the end of each featured picture there is a div class="clear". I have looked up both and there is no defined .wrap or .clear. I have been looking everywhere in the editor section of my wordpress site but havent found anything.
This is very strange. (or maybe is common and the problem is that I don't know how to solve it).
The problem is this: sometimes you need to creat an horizontal menu with links (using ul with display: inline) and this links must sometimes be inside an entire area that must go from the left edge to the right edge of the web. The real problem is to insert the menu in this area that must be with the same color as the links in order creat a visual impression that all is part as the same main horizontal menu.
There are several ways that I tried:
This is my first post here so please forgive me if I'm asking in the wrong place, or too soon. I have a somewhat unique question, which should be easy to answer but hard to find the answer to.
If you look at my design, I'm trying to get the blue 1 px border for the top menu buttons to overlap the white 1 px border of the container div. Is this possible? Or do I need to use something besides CSS borders for what I want to do?