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Hey guys, I have a few more questions to ask about html.http://irellaqanevol.comFirstly, how do I move the logo and the rest off the template upwards? :) ---Secondly, using css how do I place the text under the "Welcome" part, and links under the "News" part. I know how to add text, but I dont know how to split them apart. :)

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I'd like to quickly ask if that's your site?

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Ok, I was checking. Let me see, i'll edit this post after i'm done.

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I don't know how to answer either question. For the logo part, i just dont see any reason it should be so low. For the second part, i don't understand. You wouldn't use CSS, you'd use html. Could you explain a bit more?

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well, lets just say you are confusing the heck out of the browser that has to read that code.:)

  • you don't need multiple sets of <html>, <head>, <body>, and <img> tags.
  • you only use one set of <html>, <head>, and <body> tags per page.
  • the <img> tag could use a width and height to get the effect your trying.
  • you topmargin is set to 100 - changing that will move your other code up - oh and thats in the first <body> tag

That should help. Let us know when you make some of the corrections.Check this out:http://www.w3schools.com/html/html_intro.aspGood Luck.:)

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