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greenfly

I have some soap boxes in the content area i would like to display 4 of in total and and 1 soapbox per row. I have tried using firebug and think the CSS value to change is 'display'. i can get the boxes to move around but not as one under the other. Can anyone help me crack this? Thanks in advance


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fixed it in firebug - i changed the width [code].pp2 { width:90%;[/code] but when i put this into custom css it doesn't change it on the site. I cant find it in firebug css style sheet selector thing. thanks

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Hi grrenfly is [code].pp2 {width: 90%;}[/code]

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yeh that works but i want to move the image to the left. i imagine i indent the text and te image shhould just sit in the gap left by the indent. I cant get it to work though. why aren't their more options for changing the image positions on the box. if i figured it out i think i would try to code a plug in that does it.. for mine and everyones benefit.. thanks batman

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I move your image right with [code]body .soapboxes .fboxgraphic img {float: right;}[/code] I like it, you can move it left. ;)

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ok nice! ive figured that! how do i indent my text though? sorry for all the questions

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Rob
Indent it or move it? Indenting means to move the first word in several spaces. Moving it means to shift the entire block of text.

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opps! moving is what i meant. ive sorted this now. but it carries over the all other boxes. im trying to rectify this. it's my nubeness to CSS & firebug that's slowing me down. I've posted another discussion so ill close this.. thanks everyone Greenfly

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