Originally Posted by Kravvitz
You will need to change the selectors for it to work.
Thanks again for the blunt info, but why would I have to change the selectors? if the id matches the selector why wouldn't it work? As I'm sure you know, the inner most tags seem to register with the correct css due to the selector, not because of the style class name. That is, in the example you gave me, they didn't have explicit styles made for classes one,two,and three. That's the same way as I'm retaining my original class names.
I know it's bad form to just lift tags from somewhere else, but I was still in PoC.
As it turns out, phpThumb seemed to be getting in the way. It was forcing the dimentions therefore not allowing the pic to flush left. Or at least this is what I've been able to do to get it to work a bit better.
I do appreciate the time, but I can google with the best of them. I've done all the reading I can through plenty of css books before I ended up here. If you actually see something in the code I have supplied, specific notes would help.
If you want to take a first look at the site link I supplied in the first post, you can see the progress I've made. Everything is flush to the bottom with my original css. Turns out it was correct from the start for that issue.
Now I need to see if I can flush the posters to the left of their current position. there's a phpThumb attrib for this, but it doesn't seem to work. Might be working against the css, but maybe not.. I'll keep digging though.
Let's try to stay positive
or did my example page really look that green? I would of thought I have a working knowledge of css!