Make two divs side by side using Float property in CSS
Hey guys in this tutorial I will show you how to make two (2) div tags in HTML side by side using the float property in CSS. I will be using Dreamweaver CS6 in this tutorial but you could use any free HTML editor you want including Notepad ++ , Coda or others.
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link to video : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MUApnJ3y-Bs
after some manipulations with float, i finally got it thanks to your help as well. I had to make both left and right as float:right to have my buttons on the site stand side by side on the landing page. It just worked, dont ask why)
guys if I write more than something it's overflowing to downside I mean it's exceeding elements why? after filling the left side it's not coming to right side but it's going downside. how to make that go to right side after completing left side
i dont know where to place this code so it will work, am so confused. pls view this code if its correct and also tell me what to do next. thanking you in advance
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN"
<meta http-equiv="content-Type" content="text/html;charset"utf-8" />
This is a great tutorial. However, I'm still confused. Is the CSS in the html file? I know this is asking a great deal. However, would it be possible to send you my html and css files to see if you can tell where I'm going wrong. I keep using tables because the div and css is taking me hours and hours. If you'd be willing to look at my code my email is [email protected] I'd be happy to send it to you. THANK YOU!
i am so sorry for not replying to you sooner. Your comment was sitting in the spam section for 2 months now... and i didn't take a look at it. as for this video the css is in the head section of the html file. However I recommend that you use an external style sheet for your project.
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How do you do that with images? I have pictures I want to put side by side but I don't know how to do that and when I try to do the right tags it doesn't work right for me. At first I did this:
<img src="Amerikanska Bilar/Anders-showroom (4).jpg"><p align="right"><img src="Amerikanska Bilar/Anders-showroom (5).jpg" />
Excellent tutorial. I watched 6 tutorials so far, each was long and booooooring, but this tutorial was great and is what helped me the most. I'm sure I'll be referring back and using this again. You are a good teacher!
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