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I was wondering if anyone knew off the top of their head the formula for finding the padding required to make everything even when using the box model. I can't seem to get my #content lined up with my #master.

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<!DOCTYPE html>

<!--
        documentation segment
        website: Kelly's Island
        web page: index.htm
        author: manderson
        date created: feb.2013
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Kelly's Island

<!-- begin wrapper -->

<!-- begin master -->

<!-- begin header -->

Kelly's Island

<!-- end header -->

<!-- begin navigation -->

<!-- [URL=#]History[/URL] -->

[URL=index_files/history.htm]History[/URL]

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What do you mean by I can't seem to get my #content lined up with my #master. Everything looks fine to me. Also you forgot a closing quote on your class for class="large". Also don't forget to close your master and wrapper divs, and you body tag is wrong, you have a closing tag at the top.
 

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Originally Posted by newbrevolution View Post

Try W3Schools

Have you tried putting something in the content section then seeing how it looked?

This a school assignment?
Yes. There was a formula to figure out how much padding you needed when using the box model but I forgot it.
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What do you mean by I can't seem to get my #content lined up with my #master. Everything looks fine to me. Also you forgot a closing quote on your class for class="large". Also don't forget to close your master and wrapper divs, and you body tag is wrong, you have a closing tag at the top.
Goodness gracious!
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My add must have gotten the best of me and I missed it. Thanks.
 
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