Hello! I have been at this for a week now. I have visited the Adobe forums, several other HTML/CSS forums, and read many different tutorials and watched many different videos to no avail.
Hey guys, it's been a very long time since I've touched HTML/CSS but I'm moving back in that direction. I need to build an online portfolio, and was wondering which method is more usable in December 2016. For instance, would a grid layout even hold up across browsers? Should I rely on the old float and absolute positioning techniques from years ago? What say you?
When I say that I'm a beginner with CSS (and HTML), I mean it!
Im trying to style my page to look very similar to this: http://intro-webdesign.com/CSS/assignment-2/index.jpg but I'm struggling to get the 3 images vertically whilst allowing the text to sit next to them. I presumed 'inline-block' was the way to go but I can only get the images vertical by using 'block'.
This is the HTML i am working with (which I am not allowed to alter):
<!DOCTYPE html> <html lang="en"> <head> <meta charset="UTF-8"> <title>Ultimate Frisbee - Home</title>
//mod edit: link fixed. ~gt
Hello, I am quite new to CSS and I am having one issue with my page. The main picture on my homepage does not move with the rest of the content and I am not sure how to correct this. I am guessing this line of code [background: none repeat scroll 0 0 transparent] has something to do with the movement and placement of the other content, but for some reason I can not successfully apply it to the picture's code. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
Hi, everyone! I am new here and new to CSS!