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Thread: Dreamweaver text placement problem

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    Dreamweaver text placement problem

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    Hello, I am working on a website and I ran into a problem. The red and purple bars are two paragraphs of text. The red is placed properly on the left of the border of blue going down the middle. The purple however is positioned incorrectly, as you can see from the picture the 1st line bleeds into the top. I am trying to get the Purple text to line up on the right side of the border and be side by side with the red text. Help will be appreciated and thanks in advance.

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    You'll have to upload your page somewhere and give us a link so we can see it, dude. It could be any number of things from the picture.
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    Dreamweaver. That's the problem.
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    oh come on now... i think it's more of a pebkac issue tham a software issue.

    padding man... and margins... and overflow ... and display

    either publish the page where we can see the code, or post the code on here...

    right now we'd only be guessing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Webzarus View Post
    oh come on now... i think it's more of a pebkac issue tham a software issue.
    var ide, issue;
    if (ide = "Dreamweaver") {
    issue = "pebkac";
    }
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronald Roe View Post
    var ide, issue;
    if (ide = "Dreamweaver") {
    issue = "pebkac";
    }
    var ide, issue;
    if (ide = "Dreamweaver") {
    issue = "pebkac";
    'alert("Get Notepad++!");'
    }
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    Hey thank you guys for the replies I fixed it,turned out the margin for the aside and the article made them not fit properly side by side. I fixed it by messing around with the margin.

    Now I ran into another problem on the other page I made. Every time I mouse over the Nav bar it adds about 3-5px between it and the H1 website title.This only happens on my latest page and not on the other 2 I've worked on. Anyone got any idea what it could be? I've looked over the code and cant seem to find out what it is that's making it Push everything under the Nav bar down a bit when I mouse over. I'm going to mess around with it more later. From what I get from tackling webdesign its a "mess with it till you get it" type thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stopxmove View Post
    From what I get from tackling webdesign its a "mess with it till you get it" type thing.
    No. It's a "Learn it enough to do it well so you don't have to mess with it till you get it" type thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronald Roe View Post
    No. It's a "Learn it enough to do it well so you don't have to mess with it till you get it" type thing.
    Good point.


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