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    Hi guys,

    Well, we can’t blame this one on Explorer. I have a basic 2/3 and 1/3 page. It is structured like this:

    • an image block with center alignment box checked
    • a horizontal rule with 15px white space
    • a text block with an h3
    • a text block with body text
    • a horizontal rule with default setting
    • Rinse and Repeat

    I disabled my custom css. You can see the results here:


    Any help is appreciated



    Note: Please hit Fullpage to see the problem. Some are left aligned, some center, etc



    All images on the screenshots are center aligned. I don’t see anything wrong on the screenshots.

    Best regards,


    Um no, they’re not. Look at the first one (make sure you click FULLPAGE. You see the logo EASYFORM? The logo EYEPORT is not center aligned below it. Not shouting with caps or angry, just for clarity


    It’s as if a float isn’t clearing or something. Any way to do that manually?


    What I meant by that last question is that, after using the Enfold editor, it doesn’t look like I can go back to the standard editor and adjust the HTML. Or maybe I’m missing something?




    W3C CSS Validator results for http://joanhollywood.com/wp/marketing/branding/ (CSS level 3)

    Sorry! We found the following errors (86)



    What is the actual link to the page? Automated browser tests like the referenced site are only usable for very basic testing. Image transitions, javascript effects or css effects after loading etc will all fail to render and make it look like a page isn’t working.

    CSS errors/warnings will happen with w3c validation since we have to use various means to offer cross browser support and full backwards compatibility.

    In the future, please do not self bump your posts. Our queue goes by oldest commented item to newest so self commenting just moves the topic to the end of the line and not the beginning.


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