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Discussion in 'Digital Marketing' started by LawnoftheMonth, May 16, 2009.
it went from a wall of text to this:
Nice - but in Firefox, your yellow sidebar drops down to the bottom right - I didn't take a close look at your code, but you probably just need to adjust the width/padding of the main content wrapper.
Overall good job though.
Yeah - just change the CSS on your main DIV from "padding:10px;" to:
padding: 10px 0 10px 10px;
The way you have it now (not specifying left, top, etc) it put 10px on all sides - which actually adds to the width of the div (I know, doesn't make sense, padding is supposed to be on the inside. Google "IE box model" if you want to know why designers always seem so antsy, lol). The way I have above gives you the 10px on all but the right side (think like a clock).
thanks for the feedback, i forwarded the info to the guy that made it, i really appreciate it
Looks good to me...serves it's purpose.