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    Member kennedrw's Avatar
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    Check it:

    http://www.textbookpower.com/national/list_reviews.php

    Help:

    All I want to be able to do is right align the current rating on the same line as <h3> (the site name), which is left aligned. It may be really simple thing to do in CSS but I don't know how. Right now, I am using tables and they are cumbersome.

    I've put the borders on so I can see what I'm doing, but in the final product there wouldn't be any borders.
    my site: textbookpower.com
    my email: rkennedy@ [domain above]

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    Senior Member audiofreak9's Avatar
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    CSS for text align right:
    Code:
    text-align: right;

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    Senior Member Shani's Avatar
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    It looks like the most straightforward way to achieve what you want is to add left padding to the blue class. This will not right-align, but it will fake it.
    Code:
    .blue{
    padding-left: 10px;
    }
    Another way to do it is to make a new class for the words "Current Rating" and include a [minicode]float: left[/minicode] and a then have the .blue class [minicode]float: right[/minicode]. One thing though... do you use the blue class any where else? If the answer is yes, you probably would be better off making a new style entirely.
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    I have an eye for detail like you'd never believe.

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    Senior Member audiofreak9's Avatar
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    DCScene hit the nail on the head...

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    Member kennedrw's Avatar
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    Thanks a lot. This is helpful. Simpler than I thought. I feel dumb to have overlooked it.
    my site: textbookpower.com
    my email: rkennedy@ [domain above]


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