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<div> Positioning Question -- Please see if you can answer!

by begood2 » Fri Sep 25, 2015 11:56 pm

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Re: <div> Positioning Question -- Please see if you can answ

by nanoverso » Sat Sep 26, 2015 5:05 pm

Please post your html/css files relevant sections.
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Re: <div> Positioning Question -- Please see if you can answ

by begood2 » Mon Sep 28, 2015 5:05 pm

Alright, so attached are the essential files (in a zipped folder) to the site for my wife's massage business.

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE ONLY PAGES ON THE SITE THAT HAVE BEEN UPLOADED ARE:

index.html (Home)
schedule.html (Request An Appointment)


You will see that if you go to the "Request An Appointment" page the "Body" section is a lot smaller. Also if you have a monitor with larger dimensions than my computer you'll see that even the home page doesn't extend all the way to the edge of the monitor.

One last thing I'm worried about is if there is a really large monitor somebody is viewing the site on and the footer comes up and overlaps the buttons on the left. If you want you can delete the "Lorem Ipsum" text and the bulk of the text to see what I mean.

Anyways, thank you SO much (to anyone) who can help my wife and I with this. It means a lot!

-Brad

(The attachment has been removed as of 09/28/15)

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Re: <div> Positioning Question -- Please see if you can answ

by nanoverso » Mon Sep 28, 2015 7:20 pm

Change the display type of #right-column to block, or remove this property.

Nice site you're making, good work! However this font you're using is too heavy for body text.
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Re: <div> Positioning Question -- Please see if you can answ

by begood2 » Mon Sep 28, 2015 7:34 pm

Awesome! That worked perfectly! Thank you VERY much!

I'd like to ask one last question if that's okay. Just for testing purposes, I deleted a lot of the body text and you can see the footer is overlapping the buttons (see the screenshot I took and attached here).

Do you have any recommendations? Should I just always ensure that there is sufficient text on each page of the site?

Thank you again! I knew I was getting close! I've never taken a class or anything before on this kind of stuff. I just used codecademy.com to help me get this far...

-Brad

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Re: <div> Positioning Question -- Please see if you can answ

by begood2 » Tue Sep 29, 2015 2:53 am

I guess something I'm looking at doing would be what I found here:

http://www.cssreset.com/2010/css-tutorials/how-to-keep-footer-at-bottom-of-page-with-css/

I'm just not sure how to get this to work...

I'll update here if I can find a fix.
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