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    ALA article by Ryan

    Negative Margins

    Congrats on getting published.

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    Fo' heezle! Congartumalations, Ryan! That's actually a really good article! ~Goes back to studying~
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    Yeh congrats too good article aswell i had seen it before on mezzoblue though i think

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    Congradulations. Keep up the good work. People like me would not exsist without you.
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    grats ryan

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    congrats on getting published. I have seen negative margin articles all over too. www.bluerobot.com has centering with negative margins for a an exmaple. Negative margins do come in handy though, I use them from time to time. Congrats on getting published on ALA once again! Now you are more famous then yesterday Ryan!

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    Thanks guys. I'm pretty excited about it, and hope it's something that people will find useful, in one form or another.

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    Originally posted by pyro
    Thanks guys. I'm pretty excited about it, and hope it's something that people will find useful, in one form or another.
    How many people? If you got a list going, add plus one to it.
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    Thumbs up

    woot for you. my dad is working on getting his book published, which is a bit harder, but i know that it's still damn hard.
    "Outside of a dog, a book is a man's best friend. Inside a dog, it is too dark to read." - Mark Twain

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    Is ala just really hard to get published on? Because webreference.com, an internet.com site, was not to hard to get published on.

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    Well done Ryan! We're very proud of you.

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