HOpefully there will be a simple remedy.
I have several paragraphs (quotes) that are each followed by a name. The paragraph is flush left and teh name is flush right. Sometimes this name lines up with last paragraph line (if there's room). If not enough room, the name falls onto next line.
This works nicely but the rule that follows is too close to the name that falls onto the next line.* The rule's margin:top factor doesn't seem to work. It works ok when name is part of paragraph however.
*Good example is the 2nd paragraph.
Please help! Thanks.
Here is the url:
I am an artist/animator that has been coding his own site for years now, but I haven't really been keeping up with the new code the last couple years. I am trying to figure out CSS, but am having a hard time with how to match the design I created in photoshop.
Before this, I have just been using slices and dreamweaver to create my sites, and have had pretty good luck...
http://webspace.ringling.edu/~dsmith/ (my current site)
Hello Every one.
I am new here so I am not sure if this is the right section to ask for such help, I am currently working on a site that runs PHPmotion with some Addons such as PHPBB etc, the site is running a custom template and I need some one to modify the colors on PHPBB to match the colors of the site, there are a few other minor modifications to be done.
Some of the job is done and the remaining should take a couple of hours to complete.
I am not very familiar with CSS I tried changing some stuff and messed it up so I don't want to take the risk again.
I have spent a few hours to get a vertical menu display on the right hand side of the content. I have manged to get it to display how i want it in IE and Firefox but can not get it to display correctly in Google Chrome. The menu is on the left hand side. Is someone able to point out what I'm doing wrong and/or missing?
<?php include('includes/session.php') ?> <?php include('includes/sidemenu.php') ?> <html> <head> <link rel="stylesheet" href="css/layout2.css" type="text/css" /> <!--[if IE]>
Let me preface this by saying I am new to laying out pages in CSS, for the most part its all making sense I am very happy with it, works so much nicer then straight html tables and such.
What I have is div with a picture and its overlayed ontop of another div, this div has text in. I need to position correctly and also have the text wrap around the div/picture. You can see the sample here, http://impactgraphics.ab.ca/elite/