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Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by peterbruce, Feb 2, 2012.

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  1. peterbruce

    peterbruce Supreme Member

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    Bump.
     
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    Nobody gives a sh$t about your buttons...took a look and they are fine to me just start marketing and don't worry about that small stuff.

    (it aggravates me too on my sites ha ha)

    JQ
     
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    u can try HTML tags to center this thing
     
  5. Busrunner

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    try to do this:
    {div style="margin-left:200px; text-align:left;width:300px;"}
    Place everything in here that should be aligned. I believe its both
    {/div}

    replace { by < and } by >

    Haven't tested it but I think it should work.
     
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    GoldenGlovez Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    You could try some basic HTML.
    HTML:
    [center]blah[/center]
     
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    That's what I'm trying to do??
     
  8. MaxWeber

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    Actually, the left allinged is OK IMHO,
    maybe in comparison to the overall layout atm.

    Perhaps consider more colours, bold text etc...
    to improve layout, but IMHO, the location of pp box is the least of
    your layour worries....

    BESIDES, get vistors i.e. market your site, instead of getting hung up on layout,
    when in reality it is ok ish.

    Good Luck
     
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    you could add a div to your css with margin-left: auto ;
    margin-right: auto ; and then place the paypal stuff in that div.
     
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    peterbruce Supreme Member

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    Busrunner's suggestion worked. Sort of.

    After playing around with the payment box layout I decided to keep it the way I had.
     
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    Someone building a website using dreamweaver with strict boundaries and they dunno how to open them up so you can actually align your content with as previously said.

    Try rewriting the site (using the source you already have), but make sure the container isn't being modified by css, because if it is and you try to redo it with html, it'll ignore the alignment
     
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    Just use the CENTER html format.

    I've had problems like that but using a different theme. Edit it in HTML and it should work fine.