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Liquid css help please..

michaelea
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Hi, new newbie here..to liquid styles anyways...

I'm not quite sure how to state my question properly but I'm hoping someone can help me please.

How do I place a liquid Div inside a liquid container or, to put it another way:

http://www.northcoastcomputerservices.com/liquid.htm is the page I need to edit - liquid.css is my style sheet. How do I place a 125x125 graphic in the middle of the empty space to the right of the bulleted list and underneath the pargraph above it?

Any tips or pointers are very much appreciated - even for the correct way to state my question!

Thank you.
Apr 11 '07 #1
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drhowarddrfine
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Float the <ul> left and add a width so you can make it a little smaller. Then add an image and float it left or right.
Apr 11 '07 #2

michaelea
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Thanks Dr.

it's weird how the content <div> handles after all that. All the <P>'s I have to insert to get the text flow back under the bulleted list. Is it best just to put in a margin: space after the paragraph before the bullet list - so that I can then start typing another paragraph at the bottom?

Thanks again I sure do appreciate that.
Apr 11 '07 #3

drhowarddrfine
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Not sure I follow but I'm sure you understand it's hard to figure this out just using online tools and fly-by fixes. ;)

I don't recall what it looked like before but using <p>s is the best for keeping paragraphs in check. Sometimes you need to just enclose some elements in a <div> to keep them isolated from the other stuff. Liquid layouts can be tricky as I'm sure you know.
Apr 11 '07 #4

pravinda
P: 23
you can you
.imgcenter {
margin : 0 auto 0 auto;
}

and apply same class="imgcenter" in the <img> tag

hope you get the solution :)
Apr 11 '07 #5

michaelea
P: 3
With you guys helping me out how can I possibly fail :)

Thank you so much for your time and yes, I know it is difficult figuring it all out with the online tools available to us...

If I can help you out at all with any networking or Outlook stuff just reach out and....

Thanks again
Apr 11 '07 #6

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