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piedmonthighboosters.org

i am trying to align the nav classic menu; shown at top my my website to the right. I have made several attempts and using this css code

.main_nav ul { float: right !important; }

I have gotten it moved from the left side to ALMOST the right side. It isn't fully right justified. What have I done wrong???

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Hi kellbasel

Please, you can try with

#tnav { right: 0px;}

I´m not sure

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Posted · Report post

Hi Kellbasel

Let us know if Batman's answer works for you.

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Posted · Report post

No, didn't work that moved it back to the left side of the page.

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Posted · Report post

Try this:


#nav {

    height: 29px;

    left: 0;

    margin-left: 31px;

    padding-left: 45px;

    position: absolute;

    top: 157px;

    width: 900px;

}

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Posted · Report post

umm, going to say no that didn't work either

got an interesting result-don't have the words to describe piedmonthighboosters.org

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Posted · Report post

Just to confirm, is this the result you're looking for? http://screencast.com/t/bMSDhhV3j

I got the above using this code


#tnav {

    float: right;

    height: 23px;

    position: absolute;

    right: -96px;

    top: 0;

    width: 238px;

}

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Posted · Report post

sorry no that isn't the site need to add a /blog/ piedmonthighboosters.org/blog/

and your updated css just brought the menu back up to the top but on the left (fully justified).

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The support provided to PageLines Lite Edition users is very limited and you've been provided quite a bit of courtesy assistance. If you need help, please provide accurate information and a clear picture of what you desire.

You should be able to find this solution easily with Firebug or Chrome Inspection Tools. This site may help: http://www.w3schools.com/css/

However, Lite doesn't accept all customized code. You'll probably need to upgrade to Pro edition.

Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

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