I have a specific problem that I'm looking for help with. If any of
you css experts out there could take a quick look I would appreciate
The problem is:
Im just trying to line the 3 list elements side by side on the page.
Specifically, the list "lesson 1" , "lesson 2", and "lesson 3". The
lessons go up to "lesson 12", so it is suppose to be 3 columns and 4
rows. It just occurred to me as I typed that last sentence that maybe
a table is the solution? I don't know. I have been trying to 'wrap'
each <ul> within a <div> and floating each <div> left. Doing this
lined the lists up correctly but the page was not going down, so they
were not visible. I then added a clear:both; to the 'footer' and that
pushed the page down, but left a huge gap in the layout. Anyway, I've
include the HTML and CSS pertaining to these sections in this email.
However, the source files are projects.html and presentation.css
<p>Macromedia Dreamweaver MX: Training from the
<li>defining local site</li>
<li>saving colors as favorites</li>
To see a page that seems to be displaying correctly:
http://www.visual-storm.com/362/syllabus.html (different layout, no
floats in this one)
Thanks for your time!
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