I am not new to CSS, but I have not been able to find anything about this on Google so I thought maybe I was using the wrong terminology.
I am looking to teach myself how to make a slider/carousel where the image is sliced into pieces and each slice is shifted off independently, revealing the image below as they "fly" off the screen.
I don't know how to describe this so Google will help me find the technology behind it.
I am not very good at CSS yet. I am trying to change a web page to suit our needs. The guy who created it started with someone else's template which is at;
There are parts of the page I am not fond of. He has buttons to go to outside pages, we need about six. They have large graphics and only two across. I want smaller graphics and four across. I put a sample of the HTML below.
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I am using Wordpress (Kalium theme) and would like to add links to a specific page/section only.
The specific page is here: http://philippfis.ch/portfolio/edits-design-specification-sheet/
In the section: "Reference files", I would like to add URLs for the following texts:
Circus, Wood - Specifications
Circus, Upholstered - Specifications
Circus, Barstool - Specifications
The files I would like to link (respectively) are on my media server with the following links:
Does anyone have any ideas about how to centre a form in CSS wordpress. I've tried every code on the planet and nothing works. This form at http://nicoscleaningservice.co.uk/work-with-us/ is so far to the right, it's falling off the page. Most CSS code online doesn't seem to do anything. Does anyone have a real, working CSS code to centre and to change height and size, not only of forms, but individuals items and boxes? Google captcha now also falling off the page too. I recon I've got the only drunk forms on the net.