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Tab Spacing

Thread began 9/25/2009 11:15 am by noahm26385458 | Last modified 9/28/2009 7:39 pm by Eric Mittman | 883 views | 3 replies |

noahm26385458

Tab Spacing

Using the bubble theme as an example, I want rounded corner buttons that are spaced apart a bit. I tried to add 50px or so to the right margin to push each button over but it pushes the right rounded corner over and breaks my button image (leaves the space between the background image and the right corner image rather than spacing out my tabs). Adding margin to the group does nothing.

How do I accomplish this?

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Eric Mittman

Do you have a link where this can be seen and tested? This is probably the going to be the easiest way to determine what settings you will need to alter to get the layout looking correct. With the page loaded in my browser I can do some checking on the css and make some adjustments to help determine what may be going on.

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noahm26385458

I actually went into the css code after putting the menu on my page and added a right margin to the list item. That did the trick.

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Eric Mittman

That is good that you were able to make the edit to the margin to get it to work. When you had done this before in the wizard was it not writing the margin code correctly for the css? I'm just curious if there is some condition that will cause the margin to not get set correctly from within the wizard.

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