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  • # September 7, 2008 at 7:48 pm

    Hi pab,

    Thank you it works. :)

    I just don’t understand why the the outer div (which i call my container div), that I originally put the style="margin-bottom:20px" code in did "not" do the job. I am wondering why I had to put that code (through your suggestion) in the img tag in my .css file for it to work. However, the information provided helped me figure out the placement of pics in other parts of the site. Thanks again.

    rambro

    # September 7, 2008 at 1:29 pm

    Hi pab,

    Here is the link: http://rambro.ownstheinter.net/al_proje … info5.html

    This is what is going on. After the pictures I would like some white space before I give a description. I definitely want to include the code in a separate css file, but at this point it should not matter. The problem here is that the style="margin-bottom:20px" is showing up in IE7 but is not showing up in ff3, which by the way, is very frustrating. I am using a <br /><br /> to make that "white space" between the picture and my text. However, to prove what you are saying I have commented out the <br /><br /> and I have commented out the css code in the html document and put it in my external .css file. Still no joy. Ok, I know I missing something here. Any ideas on the matter?

    rambro

    # September 7, 2008 at 12:34 pm

    Hi pab,

    What rule is that, do you mean I should put that doctype expression in my linked css file. I the doctype expression in my html file, but not in my linked css file. Can you explain further?

    rambro

    # August 29, 2008 at 3:26 pm

    lol, yeah, I guess it is simple, but I have to start somewhere. :)

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