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    Bawser
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    I have placed some images in boxes at a website front page: Website
    They show quite differently in IE and Chrome/Firefox.. Any ideas on how to align them with some CSS maybe? They’re setup via text widgets in WordPress by the way..
    Thanks,
    Anders,
    Denmark

    #175461
    Paulie_D
    Member

    Firstly, don’t use <br/> tags for spacing. That’s what margins & padding are for.

    The whole HTML structure of these ‘widget’ items is pretty bad. I would recommend a fundamental re-think.

    #175462
    Bawser
    Participant

    I’ll try margin and padding instead. I am already working on a fundamental re-design of the site, but until that has been done I would like it to look sort of proper :)
    Thanks!

    #175464
    Paulie_D
    Member

    I’ll try margin and padding instead.

    I don’t think you can…TBH

    You have bare text nodes (text is not wrapped in text tags at all) and a link.

    At best, you might be able to position the link absolutely at the bottom of each ‘widget’ div but that may have knock on issues.

    #175469
    Bawser
    Participant

    See your point.. And you were right. Didn’t quite work. I made it work by editing some text and put it in <p> tags.. I’ll have to get that new site up and running soon :)
    Thanks again!

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