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Align Menu To The Right Of DIV

Thread began 11/22/2009 2:09 pm by Cologne | Last modified 11/22/2009 7:23 pm by Cologne | 2998 views | 8 replies


Align Menu To The Right Of DIV


after a half day doctorate, I got it, to put my subNavigation to the right of the Webpage.


Juhu! First, you need to know exactly how width the whole navigation is. Then, create a DIV with that width float that right. Juhu.

But this destroys my dreamweaver working window. What am I doing wrong!

In Sculptor preview ist all fine :-)

There are some much things needed in the CSS menu. easy things are missing. Create a menu that is exactly 500px width and spread all the links to that width. I did it with all the same padding, but thats not so good cause you always have to try, error, try, error. that takes HOURS! Dear WA Team, please change that, once again, take a look at the navigation.
Also its a hard work to put some rulers between the links. I finally did it, by get thy Y-point and put it direktly to the background, here again, look at

now, after fix that, look at my dreamweaver window :-( We need to put CLEAR in scultor. If I do a Crear it looks good, but I dont want to handcode :-(

Need some heeeeeeelp!


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