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I'm hosting the blog here: www.thisisstate.com/blog.
I liked the name its nice outside. So I forwarded the domain name, and it is hiding the code in the transfer? Sorry for the...
I'm sorry I expected people to go to look at the source, but I have it hidden.
The code is:
<html dir="ltr" lang="en-US">
<meta charset="UTF-8" />
Its been a while, I hope everyone is doing well. I have a wordpress site that I'm trying to get up and running: www.itsniceoutside.com (NSFW depending on where you work, just a heads...
gecko that worked like a charm. I'm really appreciate the help. Take care.
I want to have the link in the nav be different from the other links on its current page.
Things I've tried:
I was able to give it a hover action.
When I tried to apply the same code...
so you want the div to not move no matter what? use the position: fixed;
alright the short answer to you question is:
I think JQuery has a pretty simple function you could apply here. I'll see if I can put something together for you.
I found a great little trick about how to keep your font sizes real simple using the em sizing instead of pixels. even though slaughers has a pretty valid reason for using pixels.
if it were me and if i am reading your code right. i would put a div tag around your image tag then just give it assign it a position in css. like
robish thanks for the reply. i plugged in the code you suggested and I still had the same problem. I think I had two problems on my hands. one: i had a div with an absolute positioning when i...
sorry to double post, but as I poked around I saw some tips that you should post your code in between code brackets so it is easier to read and couldn't figure out how to edit my first post.