Hi, I'm sorry to be such an amateur but I can't seem to get this figured out. It would seem inline styling should be able to do it. Here are the errors I get from the validator. Thank you very much if you can help:
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i just created a website (www.edenjungle.net) login: (nilla)
mobile view of the website is not as expected. im not able to see the text properly and the arrangement are off for the home page. how do i code in css to overcome this only for mobile view.
Guys, I am trying to set the
<div id="ftr"> at the bottom of the page on the website meaningus.com. It should not move up in any browser. I had tried setting
position: absolute; bottom: 0; width: 100% but if the upper div has smaller height
<div id="ftr"> moves upward and stuck in the middle of window.
It may look good in your window currently, but if you see it in a tall window, it would not stay at the bottom.
I am tired of fixing it, but no luck. Please guys, help!
My site is based on Joomla and I use k2 extensions to display photos in a Masonry Style (because photos are not of the same height.
The link is here : Photo website dedicated to Mauritius
The photos are displayed correctly but not in the right order.
I would like the output to be: | item 1 | item 2 | item 3 | item 4 | item 5 | item 6 | item 7 | item 8 | item 9 | item 10 | item 11 | item 12