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BrotherBill

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  1. Seems like there should be. I just haven't got that part figured out yet.
  2. The way it is set up, you could possibly add a "height" property with a value of 238px to the content selector.#content { float: left; height: 238px; width: 75%; background-color: #FFFF99;} Keep in mind, that if you change the size of your right sidebar, you may also have to change the value in your "height" property.I'm in the process of learning all of this myself, so someone out there may have a better idea.Bill
  3. I'm glad they're back online. I'm really starting to enjoy the site. Got a lot to learn.
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    W3Schools....

    I just tried the W3Schools home page and it's down too. Hope it's nothing serious. It's a great site.
  5. I realize this is an old thread, but has anyone noticed that the shortcut to the tutorial is no longer live. Has the tutorial been moved or replaced? If the url has been changed, can someone give me the new one?Bill
  6. Hard to say. I'm just looking at what you gave us.That was how I straightened it out on mine.
  7. Right now, your division declaration reads;<div style="text-align: right;"> Change it to read;<div style="text-align:center;"> It's the same thing Synook pointed out. That will shift your table back to the center of the division.
  8. Try changing your <div>, see if that helps.<div style="text-align:center;">
  9. I'm new at this line of study, so take my suggestion for what it's worth.I'm not sure about your <ul> and <li> declarations. When I pulled it up, they looked fine, but your divisions were out of alignment. To straighten that out, try making your division with your address and the one above it as one, and put a <hr> between them if you want the line.Just above your <address>, take out the </div> <div id="footer"> and replace them with the <hr>, see what you come up with.
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