The site is using margin auto in order to have compatibility with different resolutions of screen
I have several divs nested in one central div. Those divs have images as links and they are not stuck properly to the left edje all. Here is a piece of code
<div style="width:800px; border-style:dashed; border-width: 3px; overflow:hidden; margin-left: auto; margin-right:auto;"> <!--<iframe width="100%" height="100%" scrolling="no" hspace="0" vspace="0" marginheight='0' frameborder='no' src="sa_footer.html"></iframe>-->
My website has over a thousand videos, and I would like to have the ability for users to be able to create an I want to watch list so as they go though the pages they can just check videos that are of interest? is that possible to do with CSS or code? Please let me know if it is and how to do it. Thank You!
This is the page I'm having problems with...
As you can see, my topnav isn't lined up right. It was, and I must have hit the wrong thing or something, and I haven't been able to correct it since then.
This is the page I'd like it to look like (just different info)...
i have a newbie problem, im trying to put navigator bar to the right but always result back to front.
trying not to lost the weight in % or make something similar
Someone can help to a little newbie ..
Hi, I sure hope someone replies to this email! I've had no luck so far. Let me know if I'm doing something wrong.
I'm TOTALLY NEW to coding for small screen (iOS mobile devices). I need help ASAP please.
I have problem getting the text elements in correct position in the small screen version of my site.
Questions css coding for a SMALL screen:
In upperright corner of my website:
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