Hello, new to the forum. I'm just now beginning to understand this CSS stuff and will need some help along the way. Hopefully in time I can help others in return. Anyway, they say a picture is worth a thousand words, so I've attached an image to explain my problem and the link the webpage can be found at is http://pocahontascountyclerk.com/home/
I am using the latest version of Wordpress and the Divi theme if that matters.
I'll have a few other questions as I continue to work on this site, so thanks to all those who help.
We just joined this forum, and our motivation was to find a group which can help us with CSS for responsive web design. In particular, being able to customize WordPress sites with special functionalities. We have ideas we would like to implement but are having trouble with resizing and positioning. Any tips on articles, sites or books would be appreciated.
I want to move my responsive menu 40px to the right. That's no problem but my dropdown menu stays where it was.
I tried a lot: position relative and all the other positions nothing seems to work. Has anyone a solution for my problem?
Guido Marchal, Gouda Netherlands.
<label for="show-menu" class="show-menu">Menu</label> <input type="checkbox" id="show-menu" role="button"> <ul id="menu"> <li><a href="">Home</a></li> <li> <a href="#"></a> <ul class="hidden"> <li><a href=""></a></li> <li><a href=""></a></li>
I'm having issues with a template I had converted from Photoshop design to HTML.
The freelancer who coded it did not add the css inline. I asked why and they told me that this would affect the responsiveness of the template.
Is there any option to make a good responsive template of it?
Attached the files.
Really hope someone can help me..
Here is the template: http://lucasjq84.eightyfour.axc.nl/mail/ (i can't attach it, appears there is something wrong with the attachments option)
I am using asp:chart for chart view... I am binding the chart values from a datalist based on onCommand of the datalist... The design is basic HTML with CSS styling... I have already made all other parts of the page responsive... Only the chart view remains the same. If you want I cant post a piece of the code that is used for chart view... I tried downloading Chart.js plugin but I can't find a legitimate source...
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