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    Please post your new html and css code within code tags.

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    Quote Originally Posted by teedoff View Post
    Please post your new html and css code within code tags.
    I already have, it's in the comment before the attachment.

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    Hello Mr. Ravi,
    I see you are back.. Hmm, I wish I had access to your pictures because it would make it so much easier to spot the problem. Btw word of advice, keep all tags lowercase and any time you use numbers to specify something always use some form of measurement, px is good.
    Notice: If you post a problem and it gets fixed, please remember to go back and place it as solved. ;)
    I always recommend the HEAD First series of books for learning a new coding language. ^_^

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Hick View Post
    Hello Mr. Ravi,
    I see you are back.. Hmm, I wish I had access to your pictures because it would make it so much easier to spot the problem. Btw word of advice, keep all tags lowercase and any time you use numbers to specify something always use some form of measurement, px is good.
    I am back because i really want to learn how to code.
    Thank you for your advice, i will remember that in the future and i will proof read my codes now.
    Why can you not see the image?
    Would it help if i uploaded it onto photobucket and inserted the link here?

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    Mr. Ravi, I just put images of my own. ^_^
    put
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     clear: both;
    within your css div top. Then take away the paragraph tags that surround both images. ^_^ btw always put an
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     alt=" "
    within your img tag or else it won't validate.
    Notice: If you post a problem and it gets fixed, please remember to go back and place it as solved. ;)
    I always recommend the HEAD First series of books for learning a new coding language. ^_^

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Hick View Post
    Mr. Ravi, I just put images of my own. ^_^
    put
    Code:
     clear: both;
    within your css div top. Then take away the paragraph tags that surround both images. ^_^ btw always put an
    Code:
     alt=" "
    within your img tag or else it won't validate.
    Thank you so much Chris!!!
    It worked perfectly, can you explain what these codes do?
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     clear: both;
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    alt=""
    From some quick research i think that 'clear: both;' keeps everything in the div and prevents overlapping, is this correct?
    And i am unsure what you meant by alt=" " being used to validate images, could you elaborate please.

    Sorry for continously bothering you and thanks once again!

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    Sorry, I had a business meeting..

    Anyhow, I just checked myself and you can take out that
    Code:
    clear: both;
    It is unnecessary. It was just the paragraph tags that caused the problem, just leave them out. The alt=" " inside your img tag is necessary for validation because if your image somehow messes up or doesn't appear, then the words you put inside those quotation marks will appear in the place of the image(depending on the browser, but most modern browsers do this). You are very welcome, Mr. Ravi.
    Notice: If you post a problem and it gets fixed, please remember to go back and place it as solved. ;)
    I always recommend the HEAD First series of books for learning a new coding language. ^_^

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    Don't forget to placed this as resolved, Mr. Ravi.

    Steps:
    edit opening post>go advanced>set the prefix before the title as resolved
    Notice: If you post a problem and it gets fixed, please remember to go back and place it as solved. ;)
    I always recommend the HEAD First series of books for learning a new coding language. ^_^


 
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