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    • JawDesigns
      By JawDesigns
      Hi to all,
      I always have this problem and I'm unhappy with the fix I usually apply for aligning columns at the bottom (see attached).
      For example: I use two text boxes side by side. Both text columns have a background colour. Text column 1 has 200 words and text column 2 has 300 words.
      How do I easily get them to align at the bottom without using a min-height declaration? I want to get text column 1 with 200 words to fit the height of text column 2 if that makes sense?
      Thanks for any help on this!
      Cheers,
      James

    • Jeremiah
      By Jeremiah+
      Does anyone know the custom css to align the menu navigation links to the center? 
    • rijans
      By rijans
      Seems like Google custom search bar design getting broken after I putting it on my site. I didn't happen when I was on another theme.
       
      # Heres the public url to the search bar & how it originally looks like: https://www.google.com/cse/publicurl?cx=012834315757974292317:cg3gsjzb-xi
       
      # Here's how its design collapses after I put it in DMS media box : http://screencast.com/t/pAKlUcVB2 | Example url: http://www.techgainer.com/?q=chrome
       
      If you wonder what's the code is, here's the code:
      <script>   (function() {     var cx = '012834315757974292317:cg3gsjzb-xi';     var gcse = document.createElement('script');     gcse.type = 'text/javascript';     gcse.async = true;     gcse.src = (document.location.protocol == 'https:' ? 'https:' : 'http:') +         '//www.google.com/cse/cse.js?cx=' + cx;     var s = document.getElementsByTagName('script')[0];     s.parentNode.insertBefore(gcse, s);   })(); </script> <gcse:searchbox></gcse:searchbox> This issue occurred even when I used it on DMS 1 
    • kwp4petar
      By kwp4petar
      Dear Support forums,

      I'm trying to vertically center a Quick Slider so that when someone with a huge monitor loads the page, the quick slider moves to the center of the screen (as I want to avoid resizing unless you guys have a way to resize a QuickSlider to fit the width of the person's screen, rather than the height).

      Here's what my landing page looks like on my laptop (15" screen):



      And here is a photo of the landing page (different slide, but same quick slider) on a 32" iMac fullscreen:

      I'm open to any suggestions, especially any resizing ones since I can't seem to get sizing done well with dms2.

      Thanks,

      Peter
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