Hi, I am working on a new site and for some reason in the browser view I can scroll very far to the right. All I have for a background image is a sliver that repeats x and the container is centered auto left and right. I can't see why the browser is reading that the page needs to scroll that far right... can anyone see what might be the problem?
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I have an image floating to the right of my text contained in a grid_16 of a container_16 grid system. The problem is, when I insert the image, it pushes a portion of my text to the left and ignores the margin-left: 40px property of my text. The rest of the text is fine and aligns how I want it to. I have a scrollbar so why would it push the text past its margin? Any help here?
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I am trying to do a fanpage on Facebook without any java and keep it FBML-compatible (i.e. a number of HTML tags are not allowed). I am a newbe but I have tried all resources I could find before asking here. Hope you can help me. Will csscreator.com be my new home?
What I am basically trying to do is a layout with, from top to bottom
1. Header (full width)
2. Image for padding (full width)
3. Navigation column + main area
4. Image for padding (full width)
5. Three clickable images
Hope you can help with this.
I have created a horizontal scroll website.
By default the lightbox opens to the left, I would like to open this on the right of browser.
If someone can nudge me in the right direction (no pun intended) that would be great.
So I have a float:left on one of my divs and it makes my whole content area disappear in ie7 only. The reason I have a float:left is because I have a negative top margin and without the float, it pushes everything up instead of it covering the top element. Is there an alternative to this? Or is there a way to fix this in ie7?
The page I am working with is http://www.mtrservices.com/home/
Here is my div structure:
<div id="contentbox"> <div id="contentbgtop"></div> (the element I wanted to cover)