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    SitePoint Member raizerburn's Avatar
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    aligning content

    I am using geocities right now for hosting my web page and I was wanting to know if someone could tell me if there is a way I can align some of the content to the right so that it's not all to the left and in the middle? I would really appreciate the help. The only thing I have on there right now is some file association fixes for XP and a couple of pics. www.geocities.com/raizer_burn
    Thanks to anyone that can help me out.

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    Hi Raizer,

    Your basic html needs a bit more structure. Then you can do what you want. I would follow the basic's at :-
    http://www.w3schools.com/html/default.asp

    Work through the lessons and then rework the page.

    At present you have the links <a></a> straight in the body of the html, there really need to be in a <p> of even a <ul>. Meaning a paragraph or a Unordered List. You can attach a style to each element.

    I'm sorry for not giving you a direct answer, but by working your way through this and gaining a better understanding of the basic's you will learn a lot quick in the future and produce html that you can do what you want with. Well.... Almost.

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    SitePoint Member raizerburn's Avatar
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    thanks for the response

    Quote Originally Posted by Mikeymoo
    Hi Raizer,

    Your basic html needs a bit more structure. Then you can do what you want. I would follow the basic's at :-
    http://www.w3schools.com/html/default.asp

    Work through the lessons and then rework the page.

    At present you have the links <a></a> straight in the body of the html, there really need to be in a <p> of even a <ul>. Meaning a paragraph or a Unordered List. You can attach a style to each element.

    I'm sorry for not giving you a direct answer, but by working your way through this and gaining a better understanding of the basic's you will learn a lot quick in the future and produce html that you can do what you want with. Well.... Almost.

    Good luck,
    So, What you are saying is if I use a <p> before each link and a</p> after each link then i can put the links on my page anywhere I want? It's okay for not giving me a straight answer, I would much rather learn it on my own. I've been using HTML for about year or so off and on, I just do it for fun and what I've learned so far I have pretty much learned on my own. I am taking a look at the link that you sent me and I will give those lessons a try. Thanks for the help.


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