need some web design help

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  1. wiredout46

    wiredout46 臭黑鬼 OT Supporter

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    i just started learning css via the help menu in dreamweaver.

    can somebody please explain to me how i can get a gallery of pictures on the left side?

    thanks.
     
  2. intrktevo

    intrktevo New Member

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    "left side" of what...what kind of layout do you have now? do you have a link to the page that you are working with?

    we can't help you if you don't give us the information to do so
     
  3. Up All Night

    Up All Night I might sleep all day

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    If you just want a picture gallery Photoshop has an automatic gallery maker that will put thumbnails of your pictures on the left side, right side, bottom, etc.
     
  4. WERUreo

    WERUreo Imua!

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    Two things. First, learning CSS won't necessarily help you with creating a gallery of pictures. In fact, you don't even need CSS to do it. All you really need to create a gallery of pictures is, well, pictures. With no requirements other than "I want a gallery of pictures on the left side," that's about as simple as it gets.

    Second, you're learning CSS from the Help Menu in Dreamweaver?? Better pick up a book, or better yet, read the tutorials at the W3C.
     
  5. xxxgames12

    xxxgames12 Guest

    "left side"? are you using frames or something? ..or are you using a layout with a sidebar (using tables)?

    I use dreamweaver also, awesome awesome awesome.
     
  6. r3lic76

    r3lic76 Guest

    i'm learning CSS also, i'm pretty good at 2 column CSS centered layouts

    try making a class called .picture and define it as float:left; or just edit the img tag and have images float:left; with a margin-right of 400px if your image is 100px and your container is 500px....that way each image is put below each other rather than horizontally
     

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