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Make your CSS Journal #6Ok ok, i confess, this was meant to be a special edition one, but I haven't yet completed that, the special edition one will be on creating a full CSS Journal layout using dreamweaver first, I did start it, and it's about half done, but now I'm thinking of changing the look to a better one, so it will be re-done.Make your CSS Journal #6 by dot-Silver
Now on for the sixth part in our series, there isn't much to tell at the moment, here are some bits.
Would you like to have two columns any where on your journal? These are actually widely used, so here's how you do them.
<div class="divcontain"><div class="divleft">Left Side Here</div><div class="divright">Right Side Here</div><div class="divclear"> </div></div>
Pretty simple right?
Swap images when they ge
Make Your CSS Journal #3Welcome to the third part in the "Make Your CSS Journal" series. This series is here to help you make your own journal stand out from the rest by giving all sorts of tips and tricks and learning parts of CSS you can use on your journal.Make Your CSS Journal #3 by dot-Silver
For this article, all instances of < and > have been changed to [ and ] to work on the news article. Make sure to change them back
Ahh, the margin, what is the margin? The Margin is the transparent border outside of your div, you can't see it, but it's there. It can allow you place your divs somewhere on the page. If you to make just a simple div box with a width of 200. It would be on the left side of the journal right? (Well, unless you have a text-align: right or center on your journaltext css.)
Let's apply this margin of ours.
margin: 0 auto;
Our margin is set as 0 auto. There are different ways you can do this, 0 is the to