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  • esmi

    (@esmi)

    http://greenintheghetto.com/wp-content/themes/WPThemeGen080111/wpthemegen/reset-fonts-grids-tabs.css

    .yui-t1 .yui-b {
        float: left;
        width: 12.3207em;
    }
    .yui-g .yui-gc div.first, .yui-gc div.first, .yui-gd .yui-g, .yui-gd .yui-u {
        width: 66%;
    }
    .yui-gb .yui-g, .yui-gb .yui-gb, .yui-gb .yui-u, .yui-g .yui-gb .yui-u, .yui-gb .yui-gc, .yui-gb .yui-gd, .yui-gb .yui-ge, .yui-gb .yui-gf, .yui-gc .yui-u, .yui-gc .yui-g, .yui-gd .yui-u {
        float: left;
        margin-left: 2%;
        width: 32%;
    }
    greenintheghetto

    (@greenintheghetto)

    Ok. So, what represents what? :\

    Sorry, I swear I’m html (and even css) competent. but this stuff is killing me.

    esmi

    (@esmi)

    I’d suggest using Firefox and the Firebug add-on for locating which bits of CSS are affecting what page elements.

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