I have two problems I can’t seem to fix. I was using Google’s “properties” to change things to see how it affected the pages, but I can’t figure out what’s causing the problem.
Our site had a group of pages that were already created. I updated to WP 3.3.1 and now every time I create a new page for the site it won’t hold the same formatting. For example, I made a couple of changes to margins. I added a new page into the NAV menu via WordPress (as opposed to CSS). It fits ok on the old pages, but any new page I create it word wraps the NAV bar (for what reason I don’t know). The new pages have no parent and are the same “default” template as all the other ones on the site.
My other problem is trying to fix the NAV bar. I managed to move over the search box, but the NAV margins are horrible! How do I get the NAV margins to match the BODY margins for the left column? I also want to be able to use vertically stacked NAV links that align to the bottom and centered over one another like this (although I don’t know if it will work as you can’t preview a post here):
One Link———Two Links——-Links——–Links
Any help with these two problems would be greatly appreciated. CSS makes me want to throw myself off a cliff. (Figuratively.)
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