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    Senior Member Andrew Yurlov's Avatar
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    I am currently working on redesigning my clan website and I ran into a problem. My css file is not seeing the content div for some reason. I checked the spelling, made sure every tag was closed, checked my php includes. Everything seems fine but its not working. The weird thing is its styling everything else on the website. I have been staring at the code for the last hour and I cant find the problem.

    Here is the link to the website http://sot.web44.net/

    I am also attaching my entire website in a zip file. If anyone can find a solution please do.
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    Put some content in the div and see what happens.
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    Actually, ignore what I just said. The problem isn't likely your content div at all.

    After your p.second_2 paragraph class in your CSS, you have an extra } bracket. Kill it, and you're probably fine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGAME1264, post: 243906
    Actually, ignore what I just said. The problem isn't likely your content div at all.

    After your p.second_2 paragraph class in your CSS, you have an extra } bracket. Kill it, and you're probably fine.
    Thank you so much! It worked! And here I was getting ready to punch the screen which would prove to be painful indeed...
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    If there's anything at coding will teach you, it's a unique blend of damage control and patience. It can always be frustrating, and you'll find that almost the overwhelming majority of your code problems come from typographic errors and mispelling instead of syntax or misunderstanding.
    Keep it up, it'll get easier with time!
    I'll also heavily suggest downloading notepad++ if you haven't already, it color codes your code (any coding language imagineable, in fact) and makes anything that has no use or isn't functional stand out. In pretty colors!
    I hope that helps!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hostwinds, post: 243941
    If there's anything at coding will teach you, it's a unique blend of damage control and patience. It can always be frustrating, and you'll find that almost the overwhelming majority of your code problems come from typographic errors and mispelling instead of syntax or misunderstanding.
    Keep it up, it'll get easier with time!
    I'll also heavily suggest downloading notepad++ if you haven't already, it color codes your code (any coding language imagineable, in fact) and makes anything that has no use or isn't functional stand out. In pretty colors!
    I hope that helps!
    Notepad++ IS the only editor I use.
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