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I need alignment help

Discussion in 'HTML & Website Design' started by webzola, Mar 24, 2011.

  1. #1
    I cant seem to get the two large images under the slider will not align properly they should be beside each other. the website is currently at PROBLEM FIXED THANKS
     
    Last edited: Mar 24, 2011
    webzola, Mar 24, 2011 IP
  2. shahilroyhere

    shahilroyhere Active Member

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    #2
    Can't you just get the images a bit smaller in width? Cause they seemed to be more than the width of your page.
    Or just replace -
    <img src="assets/ad2.png" border="0" alt="">
    with this -
    <img src="assets/ad2.png" border="0" alt="" width="330">.

    This will do.
     
    shahilroyhere, Mar 24, 2011 IP
  3. karthimx

    karthimx Notable Member

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    #3
    yes make the adjustment of width according to the content width and also keep an eye on the margin or padding used in it.
     
    karthimx, Mar 24, 2011 IP
  4. Dimus

    Dimus Peon

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    #4
    The banners are to big to fit. Make them smaller and then use left and right floating for each image.
     
    Dimus, Mar 24, 2011 IP
  5. style0

    style0 Peon

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    #5
    You can edit the padding-right of the .append css class to be 7px instead of 20px, then it will fit.
    also, right under the 2 p tags that hold the image, you need to put in a clear:both styled element. That is below the p's but WITHIN the div that contains the p's.
     
    style0, Mar 24, 2011 IP
  6. webzola

    webzola Active Member

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    #6
    thanks guys
     
    webzola, Mar 24, 2011 IP