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vinoman
09-12-2007, 06:25 PM
Please view this order page that I'm building from a template.
http://www.portlandwinegear.com/order.html

The last item has h4 tags that I would like to get rid of to make the text size the same as the other items. But when I take the h4 tags out, the whole white background disappears. I can't see what causing this problem. Can anyone help me correct this?

Also: how to move images to the right to use space better?

Thanks

mic2100
09-12-2007, 07:08 PM
hi,

i have looked over you code and found the following problem...



<div class="item">
<h3>
Clingy Thingy Wine Labels $7.95
</h3>
<h4> <!-- H4 start tag in a different div tag --->
<div class="tnail">
<a href="images/Clingythingy.jpg"><img src="images/Clingythingy_thumbnail.png" width="139" height="95" alt="clingy thing" /></a>

</div>
<div class="description">

<p>
With ClingyThingy Labels you can forget about memorizing which wine is which.
These little labels help you match what is in your glass to the bottle from whence it came.
So the next time you host a wine-tasting party or event, try this uniquely stylish way to adorn your glass.
Simply apply these labels to any clean, dry surface and remove before washing. They won't leave any sticky residue!</p>
</h4> <!-- H4 end tag in a different div tag --->

</div>


the start H4 tag is in a different Div tag the the closing tag this could be causing your problem. if you remove them like this...



<div class="item">
<h3>
Clingy Thingy Wine Labels $7.95
</h3>
<div class="tnail">
<a href="images/Clingythingy.jpg"><img src="images/Clingythingy_thumbnail.png" width="139" height="95" alt="clingy thing" /></a>

</div>
<div class="description">

<p>
With ClingyThingy Labels you can forget about memorizing which wine is which.
These little labels help you match what is in your glass to the bottle from whence it came.
So the next time you host a wine-tasting party or event, try this uniquely stylish way to adorn your glass.
Simply apply these labels to any clean, dry surface and remove before washing. They won't leave any sticky residue!</p>

</div>


then you shouldn't have that problem any more.

i hope this helps...

vinoman
09-12-2007, 09:10 PM
Thanks, but that didn't do it. there are more styles involved and I'll have to keep trying to get it right.

...I started over and it looks better: http://www.portlandwinegear.com/order2.html



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