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  1. I have text in small size font size between two horizontal lines. I find the spacing is rather too wide. How do I reduce the spacing?
  2. Hello again, It would seem that the final piece of my puzzle doesn't want to play nice. I've wrapped my footer links and text in a <div> and styled everything so that the footer is nice and centered, filling the width of the site_wrap <div> it is all within nicely- that is in IE any way. In Firefox there are clearly differences between font width (which should just be font-size), line-height, font-weight, letter-spacing and word-spacing. To combat this, I tired styling each of these properties with exact values (in case browser-default stylesheets were slightly different) as follows in the bottom 5 properties: #bottom_links { width: 1200px; align: center; margin: 0 auto; position: relative; top: -60px; left: 20px; font-size: 11.3px !important; font-weight: 300 !important; line-height: 15px !important; letter-spacing: 0px !important; word-spacing: 0px !important; } Note- the !important's shouldn't even be needed as there are no other calls to #bottom_links any closer to the content, but I even tried it in case. Yet none of this styling had any effect. The result didn't change a bit: An example of this has been posted at http://www.surefireny.com/footer_problems.html as I am sure I must be missing something in the code or CSS
  3. I have this really annoying problem with my webfont having different natural spacing on my Mac compared to the PC.Here's the difference: MAC: PC: As you can see the natural spacing is beneath the text on Mac and above on PC. The problem is cross browser. I've tried all kinds of css tweaking including line-height, padding, height of div; but as you can see the problem is apparently not in the css but in the font rendering itself.Anyone with a clue about this?Thanks!
  4. I would like to place a poem on top of an image I have already made. I want each line of the poem to be single spaced and the starting letter of each line to be vertically below each other as it would be in a column. I want the column to be on the right hand side of the image. How do I regulate the spacing between the lines of text? How can I ensure that each line of the poem is retained as per the original layout? How do I position the column of text on the image?
  5. Hey, I've added a screenshot to make it easier to for you guys to help me. I'm not sure why this is happening because I haven't changed a thing and it was al perfectly fine before. My web developer program shows my <ul>'s -webkit-padding-start: 40px;. So I've tried to change it to 0 pixels in my CSS file but nothing won't change.Does someone have an idea how I can make the space around the <ul> go away. Thanks in advance! Greets,Porkypie
  6. I'm having some issues with our HTML. Attached is the new version of our website that I'm working on but the pictures need to be in a horizantal line rather than the diagonal that they're currently in. The images are coded from our /admin.php site so they aren't directly linked in the code- is this what is causing the issue? Below is the code- any thoughts? I've tried everything that I know. The //fixed highlights are the smaller images up top and the //slideshow is the larger image... The website before hade the slideshow at the top and the fixed highlights at the bottom and we just want to flip it. // fixed highlights $html = ''; $displayed = 0; $slide = unserialize(file_get_contents('images/home/highlights.txt')); if (count($slide)) { foreach ($slide as $key=>$param) { if ($param['active'] && ($displayed < 3)) { $html .= '<td>'; if ($param['URL']) $html .= '<a href="' . $param['URL'] . '">'; $html .= '<img src="/images/home/' . $param['image'] . '.jpg" width="250" height="150" border="0" alt="" style= float:left;/><br />'; if ($param['title']) $html .= '<h4>' . $param['title'] . '</h4>'; if ($param['URL']) $html .= '</a>'; $html .= '</td>' . "\n"; $displayed++; } } } if ($displayed) { print('<tr valign="top">' . "\n" . $html); if ($displayed < 3) { for ($i=$displayed; $i<3; $i++) print('<td style="width: 250px;"></td>' . "\n"); } print('</tr>' . "\n"); } // slideshow $html = ''; $slide = unserialize(file_get_contents('images/home/spotlight.txt')); if (count($slide)) { foreach ($slide as $key=>$param) { if ($param['active']) { $html .= '<div class="slide">'; if ($param['URL']) $html .= '<a href="' . $param['URL'] . '">'; $html .= '<img src="/images/home/' . $param['image'] . '.jpg" width="800" height="400" border="0" alt="" />'; if ($param['URL']) $html .= '</a>'; if ($param['title'] || $param['subtitle']) { $html .= '<div class="caption">'; if ($param['title']) $html .= $param['title'] . '<br />' . "\n"; if ($param['subtitle']) $html .= '<span class="subtitle">' . $param['subtitle'] . '</span>' . "\n"; $html .= '</div>' . "\n"; } $html .= '</div>' . "\n"; } } } if ($html) print('<div id="slideshow">' . "\n" . $html . "\n" . '</div>' . "\n" . '<div id="slidenav"></div>' . "\n"); // open lower grid print('<table cellpadding="0" cellspacing="25" border="0" style="margin: 0px -25px 0px -25px;">' . "\n"); // second row -- feeds and connect links if (dbconnect()) { print('<tr valign="top">' . "\n"); // news $sql = 'SELECT *,DATE_FORMAT(posted,"%M %e") AS pdate FROM news ORDER BY highlight DESC, posted DESC LIMIT 1'; $result = mysql_query($sql); if (mysql_num_rows($result)) { print('<td><h5>News</h5><p>' . "\n"); $row = mysql_fetch_assoc($result); mysql_free_result($result); print('<a href="' . ($row['url'] ? $row['url'] . '" target="_blank' : '/about/news.php?id=' . $row['ID']) . '">'); print($row['title'] . '</a><br />' . "\n" . '<span class="date">Posted ' . $row['pdate']); if ($row['source']) print('</span></p>' . "\n"); print('<p><a href="/about/news.php" class="social news">more news...</a></p>' . "\n"); print('</td>' . "\n"); }
  7. http://www.logoworks1.com/wccs Looks fine in all browsers (that I know of) except for IE. Basically in IE the menu and the content is split apart about 100px. I've attached a screenshot. I don't understand. Any help would be appreciated.
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