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    Senior Coder JamieR's Avatar
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    navigational display problems

    Hey
    I'm coding up my design for my school's student website into CSS as I originally coded the layout using tables (my bad ). All seems well generally, but I can't get the dam navigation to position where I want - I've tried aligning them etc etc, all to no avail..

    Here's the original: http://www.students-voice.co.uk

    Here's the new one: http://www.students-voice.co.uk/cssttc/

    See what I mean? - the left navigation seems to be buggered up and not positioned properly. Also, the divider image (divider.gif) starts away from the left edge of the #DocumentSideLeft div, when it is the same width as that div. I haven't really played with the margins or padding, which I think is the cause.

    I've currently got a class on the divider.gif file as I'm trying to position that properly before I get the text sorted.

    The design is a bit light at the mo, but I'm gonna change it so it's easier on the eyes

    btw, if it's something easy to spot kick me

    Cheers,

    Jamie.
    Last edited by JamieR; 03-09-2005 at 07:20 PM.

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    Senior Coder JamieR's Avatar
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    Actually, sorry for that

    I applied:

    Code:
    *	{
    		margin: 0;
    		padding: 0;
    		}
    which Ollie (chilipie) told me to do eariler, but I didn't - and it fixed it.
    meh, that'll teach me to listen more in the future

    Jamie.


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