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    Question Width Fix, need help!

    Alright, so.
    I'm familiar with html and css, but for some reason, I'm having troubles trying to fix a width problem my developer apparently failed to acknowledge and take care of.

    please view this link, http://pvtests.com/index.php/pv4.html

    So the way the products are suppose to be laid out is like the pinterest site www.pinterest.com if you adjust your browsers window larger the product width line increases with the size of the browser, if you adjust your browser smaller in size it does the same thing but vise versa.

    That's how my website is suppose to act, but it doesn't do that as you can see and I can't seem to fix it. If you adjust your browser window while on my website it just increases the padding between the products, product name, and short description.

    If you can figure out how I can fix my website to react the same way pinterest does, I would greatly appreciate it!

    Thanks in advance.
    Jon

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    If you paid for that you need to get your money back...your css & html are all screwed up. They use a list and float all list items to the left, but it seems they don't have a fixed width on anything to ajust to another level for smaller window sizes. So all items get crammed together and override each other.
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    I did pay a developer, I found him on freelancer.com figures.
    Last time I use that website to find developers.
    I honestly thought my site was weird, not coding properly. Tables too :|

    Here is his freelancer profile, http://www.freelancer.com/u/vietcodepro.html


    Quote Originally Posted by c1lonewolf View Post
    If you paid for that you need to get your money back...your css & html are all screwed up. They use a list and float all list items to the left, but it seems they don't have a fixed width on anything to ajust to another level for smaller window sizes. So all items get crammed together and override each other.

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    Depending on how bad it is you should enlist real professional help by using the 'Web Projects' section of the forum. There are a lot of highend developers on here that could have it fixed in no time.
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    http://pvtests.com/index.php/pv4.html

    wow, cheeky question but... what did it cost to get something like that designed/ developed? Id love to edit and play around with a template if one is available

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    I designed it and had it coded. it cost me $350

    Quote Originally Posted by araah View Post
    http://pvtests.com/index.php/pv4.html

    wow, cheeky question but... what did it cost to get something like that designed/ developed? Id love to edit and play around with a template if one is available


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