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  1. I'm working with this joomla module which can be found at http://www.driven8yblood.com this module is a twitter module on the bottom right of the page. "Sorry this pages loads very slow" I have a little problem with the twitter icon I have tried changing the position with the CSS but to no avail posted below is the css code any suggestions would help.... .jTweet { clear:both; position: relative; z-index: 1; }.jTweet ul.tweet_list li.tweet_first { padding-bottom: 20px; }.tweet { font-family: Georgia, serif; padding: 0; margin: 0px 0px 0px 0px; color:#FFFFFF;}ul.tweet_list li { list-style-type
  2. chrisbrow

    <span> & <p>

    There are two types of elements in HTML block, and in-line <span> is an in-line element. There is spacing no around this element. Span is closest compared to <div> rather them <p> "p and div" are both block elements.
  3. Ok so I was a little fusterated but I see what I messed up I did not add <li> to my links in my <ul> so the formatting was not there. "I'm a student still missing the obivious" thank you for the help! You gave me some addintional things to think about for the future.
  4. so just a quick question as I'm looking through you suggestion should I be using a id for the <li></li> as well. This would give me the ability to add a style to each of them. I guessing this is what you suggesting...
  5. Thank you, for the continued support. I have the site live below is the link.... the scientist please when suggesting changes be as specific as possible I'm not just trying to plug anwsers in to complete this I would really like to the why behinde the solution. Your help is great and thank you so much. http://power.arc.losrios.edu/~brownc/cisw3...ment/page1.html
  6. Worked just as advertised thank you... So with the changes I made I screwed up some of the formatting. Maybe you might be able to make a suggestion my goal is to center these items with in the div box I made, also I would like the back ground to match that of the rest of the page. here is a screen shot of what has happened.... Here is my CSS that I changed. #menu ul { background-color: #333399; list-style-type:none; margin-left: 50; padding:30; overflow:hidden;}#menu li { float: left; margin-right: auto; margin-left: auto;}#menu a:link, #menu a:visited { display:inline; width:130px;
  7. Ok so here his my css code, and by the way thank you for the quick response. .menuul { background-color: #333399; list-style-type:none; margin: 0; padding:30; overflow:hidden;}.menuli { float: left; margin-right: auto; margin-left: auto;}a:link,a:visited { display:inline; width:130px; font-weight:bold; color:#FFFFFF; background-color:#333399; text-align:center; padding:40px; text-decoration:none; text-transform:uppercase;}a:hover,a:active { background-color:#33cc66;_____________________________________________________________________And then my html. <div> <ul clas
  8. I'm in need of some help. I have been looking on the internet for about 45 min looking for a exception rule for CSS or HTML. I'm not sure how it would work, and would like to learn. Here is my problem. In my CSS file I have created a style for links this style was created for my navagation menu. However this style is currently effecting all links with in my page. My goal is to exclude all but my navagtion links of this style. any suggestions, anyone know if a exception rule?
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