I don't know what I did

+4 Dante Vega · March 9, 2015
I don't know what I did here. when I started working on the page earlier today everything was centered but now all <h1>s are offset to the boarder of the screen instead of centered why is this happening?/images/forum/upload/2015-03-09/fe1cf2f88a5643cc36af665083dd17cd.jpg

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+1 Dante Vega · March 12, 2015
@Raahim Ghauri

It is called a work in progress and no I never said that I wanted to make Graphic Design tutorials if you read my posts up to this point you would know the business that I am trying to start is a site on hosting graphic design tutorials. I hate it when people just read the first post and think they know everything about what you plan on doing. Did you not see that this thread has 4 pages or are you new to forums entirely? I am only asking because it should have been blatant that the numbers on the bottom of this thread stood for the number of pages but obviously you didn't get that.

Have you ever heard the expression don't judge a book by the cover or the title?
+1 Dante Vega · March 12, 2015

I tried imputing float:center; in and it did absolutely nothing I do appreciate the attempted help but rest assured as soon as I started messing with the img {padding:left__;}  pixels the header started shifting over. I could have sworn I was doing that before and the header never moved. Any how its working now witch makes me very happy. Now all I have to do is duplicate the page four different times, put different titles on the duplicates, save them as differently named html files, put different content and add the links to the pages and everything should be gravy. 
+1 Dante Vega · March 12, 2015
That is not called double posting that is called addressing a comment.
+1 Dante Vega · March 12, 2015
Well you don't act it. You act more unprofessionally and immaturely then you do professionally. This is my thread I will post as many times as I please even if it's one right after the other especially if something comes to mind before I am able to get a response for the previous message. If you do not agree with this then there is only one other option that would make sense. Stop visiting my threads.
+1 Dante Vega · March 12, 2015
Oh I forgot if the little conversation bubble lighting up every time I post a new post is getting on your nerves than unfollow this thread. 
+1 Dante Vega · March 9, 2015
That is true but giving out the source code would require me giving out all the information about my business Something I don't want to do just yet. Let me change the information on the source code to filler text and I will post it here in a few hours ok? Forgive me for being so cautious and secretive with my business plan.
+1 Dante Vega · March 9, 2015
Its not that. I want to learn coding however, I am not even sure thenewboston.com even covers what I need to learn to launch my business. I want to learn the coding so I can custumize the look, feel and fluitity of the website I need for my business.
+1 Dante Vega · March 9, 2015

I understand, just replace the content with some lorum ipsum text so we can help. :)

OK I will get right on that after I get off work. Replacing the coding on a Blue Studio 5.5S would be a very complicated and frustrating task or at least I would imagin so.
+1 Dante Vega · March 10, 2015

Raahim Ghauri 

Are you kidding me? Are you trying to make a website which make tutorials and you don't shot anything about CSS, design, some back-end, etc?

I mean seriously.... Go learn something before you start your business, please. And please don't reply me with a negative response because you don't know how I will response back to you.

I get your point but I am not going to be the one making the tutorials the website/Business?myself is only going to be the middle man if you would. When I get this business up and running I will be providing a service that students everywhere will be able to utilize. 

I have a BAS in Graphic Design the problem is that when I went to school in 2007 graphic designers were only required to know about the graphic portion of the field the coding and learning of languages like XHTML, HTML, Java, C++ and other web creation languages didn't start to be needed till the down sizing of companies when the recession started taking it's toll on businesses. because of down sizing the companies started hiring people more versatile in the computer sciences. it is not my fault that I picked a school who failed to update the curriculum with the times. In my whole collage career from March of 2007 to May 2012 i only had 2 web design classes both based in Dreamweaver. 

My bad experience in school with the lack of curriculum updates is one of the main inspirations for wanting to start this business and get the website up and running ASAP. The other thing is the business will quite possibly create thousands secondary income jobs. 

Yes I am learning CSS & XHTML and doing what ever it takes to get this website up and running. Do you find something wrong with that?
+1 Dante Vega · March 10, 2015

Raahim Ghauri 

Maybe depends on the length of text?!

No it wasn't that because when I pasted the original content back into the place of the Lorem Ipsum text everything was still centered. There is no way to explain it. the same content that was originally placed in the .HTML document that was having the issue was replaced after placed by lorem ipsum text and then replaced in and the problem went away. I never did anything with the tags or commands. 

Can someone explain this?

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