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    I had to remove my beginning and ending (<>) brackets on my code for this to post.

    I’m trying to move my HOME button to the right side of my blogger page with no luck.

    Here is my code, I know this should be simple, but I’ve sat here for hours, Googled until I’m cross eyed and still can’t get it to move to the right.

    Thanks in advance for any help you can give me.

    div id=’header-wrapper’
    div id=’header-wrapper-in’
    b:section class=’header’ id=’header’ maxwidgets=’1′ showaddelement=’no’
    b:widget id=’Header1′ locked=’true’ title=’. (Header)’ type=’Header’/
    div id=’navcontainer’
    ul id=’nav’
    li class=’current-cat’>Home


Don’t remove the brackets to show code. Instead, select your code and then hit the white icon with the blue thingies on it.

Also, it would be easier for us to help if you could give us a link to your site, we’ll have to see the CSS that comes with the HTML.


Sure, here’s my site

I’ve added additional buttons, trying to fill up the space, but if you can tell me how to code this, I really don’t want Facebook and Twitter at the top, I’ll remove them.

Thanks for helping me.


I’m trying to get the buttons to right align underneath the car.

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