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    CSS Help

    hello css ppls,

    I need a help on the website which has been made up by css, 2 things i want to know, First i can't control text with pictures on the main ... there is a lot of pictures and text is not in the right way..

    my second thing is i want a popup window for road map, image .... which is top right on the website ...

    this is the site ... www.citiplza.com/about.html


    Please will be very much appreciate ..

    Regards Rizwan

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    First - I have no idea what you mean about pictures and text on the main ... you'll need to be more specific than "is not the right way" if you want us to be able to help!

    Second - why do you want a pop-up window? We have, at long last and only about 15 years too late, got to a stage where most web designers have realised that pop-up windows are a really bad idea. Yes, technically you can do it, but I can't see any reason at all for doing so on this one link.

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    see if u see on middle of the page, u will see the text with picture .. i want it to align the text and picture, and this page having alot of pictures . please help me out ...

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    Are you referring to the text and image within <div class="article"> ? In Firefox, the image is floated to the right of the the text, and there doesn't seem any obvious problem with alignment, though some padding around the image would be an improvement. e.g.

    Code CSS:
    .article p img { padding: 0 10px 10px; }

    The About page, and others, return assorted HTML markup errors. See: http://goo.gl/Mqv4z - fix them and see how things look.

    The first thing I did after the page loaded was to scroll down to hide the eye-boggling Flash animation. A simple smooth fade is all you need, believe me.

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    ahh ,... thank you soo much ... this is really a good help ..

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    thanks once again ...


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