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    How to Wrap an Unordered List Around an Ad Block / Image?

    How to Carve a Wooden Pipe -- there's what's happening. Let me in on how to fix it!

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    It due to the fact the h2 tags are lining up how they are suppose to

    on that post you could edit the h2 tags for Required Materials to something like this
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    <h2 style="padding-top:98px;">Required Materials</h2>
    This will put the Required Materials under the ads instead of next to them adjust the "98px" to whatever to make it fit right. Was 98 on my FF in using the DEV tool kit

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    That's what I was previously doing, but it's a bit of a hassle doing that for every single page that I add -- and there's too much whitespace.

    I simply want some left-padding next to the <li>'s that are being wrapped around.

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    In the css

    #content ul {margin:0 0 10px 35px}
    could edit the 35px and this will move it right. Adjusts the margin from the left

    or just a thought put Preparation before Required Materials/Tools

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Bill View Post
    could edit the 35px and this will move it right. Adjusts the margin from the left

    This is what happens when I edit the 35px value to 100px, not what I want.
    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Bill View Post
    or just a thought put Preparation before Required Materials/Tools
    That would be a fix for this particular page, but not for the rest of the Web site -- plus that's a mucky structure.

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    ok sorry I dont get what you want

    I simply want some left-padding next to the <li>'s that are being wrapped around.
    maybe cut and paste the image the way you would like then I can help you.

    can use this if you dont have a program like photoshop

    pixlr.com/app/

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    I wouldn't mind something like that.

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    I wouldnt be able to do this as its all one list so the padding is going from the left of the div so giving it any number will effect the wrapped part. To only move the wrapped part it would need to be two lists.
    Sorry couldnt help though

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    I took out the clear:both; on br element and got this:






    That isn't what you want?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LogicFlux View Post
    That isn't what you want?
    Nope, I added in the clear:both; just now. What I wanted was some padding on the left side of the <ul>, but I couldn't work it out... So...

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