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  • esmi


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    I’m sorry but it is beyond the scope of these forums to teach basic CSS. Try asking on a general CSS forum. I’d also recommend using Firefox with the Firebug add-on for this kind of CSS work.

    If you prefer Safari it has a good developer tool called Web Inspector. Internet Explorer also has similar tools, but they are. Not as easy to use. Firebug is great, but I normally use the Safari tools.

    You should get a good book on CSS, the Eric Myers book on CSS 2 is great, I haven’t found a great book on CSS3.

    The w3schools site is a very handy online resource.



    thats a shame, i was hoping it was just something simple in the CSS that i had missed

    thanks for your responses

    It probably is, take a look at the html and what CSS is being used in your browser’s developer tools. If you haven’t studied CSS, read up on “specificity” and “the cascade”. Understanding those helps figure out why the styles you use are not being applied.

    I’ll take a quick look at your site and see what’s going on.

    I checked it out in the Safari Web Inspector.

    I see you are using a grid layout. The logo is in a span-8 which is 8/24ths of the width. The logo is actually a lot bigger than that. The top menu is floated right in a span-12, so that makes 20/24ths. If you made the logo size span-12 or the top menu size span-16 it would move that menu to the right.


    BTW, you might want to remove that “credits” block from the bottom of the page, four links to “allpremiumthemes” made almost invisible could seriously impact your SEO. It’s spammy and if google thinks that grey on black is cloaking, you could get banned.

    The powered by WordPress is ok, but not needed, it’s easy to tell it’s WordPress.


    thanks for all of your help

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