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Monday, August 23, 2010

Celiac and Spacing Issues

Let's all assume a position of comfort and mediate for a few minutes.  Breath in....release....ahhhhh....

HOLY MAC, BLOGGER!  

I have had a heckuva time getting the spacing figured out for the links tab and my list of Celiac/Other blogs.  Oh, I Googled it.  Over and over and over again.  I was searching high and low trying to fix that mess.  For the life of me, I could NOT figure out how to fix the DRAMATIC spacing issues I have been having with those two pages

And, to be honest, I still have no idea what I did to fix it.

Between you and me, we'll just call it an answer to prayer for my continued sanity.

Anyway, I had to cut a few things out to make the spaces all fit together....but I'm happy to try to add a few more things if anyone has a helpful recommendation for me.  I think I can add some stuff, but trying to work with my old links list was a flat out disaster!!!!!!

At the end of the day, however, I was able to get our Celiac diagnoses stories (yes, that's plural!) posted.

Which, by the way, was my ultimate goal anyway :)


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2 comments:

  1. Looks GREAT Wendy. I can tell you worked hard on it. I had some similar spacing issues on mine and then just ended up shortening my titles. I didn't even DARE go for a second row!

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  2. Hooray for perseverence!!!

    I need to work on my own spacing issues and buttons that don't work and...and...and... SO frustrating!!! These blogs are a work in progress and your blog is looking GREAT!!!!

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