mbond5 — 2013-11-21T15:13:45-05:00 — #1
Not sure why the margin-top is not working on my buttons
If you go down to the MAke a Claim, Get a Quote, View All buttons I put a margin-top: 20px on them but its not working.
francky — 2013-11-21T17:25:24-05:00 — #2
It's more or less a typo.
The links have the appearance:
<a class="but claimbut" href="#">Make a Claim</a>
<a class="but quotebut" href="#">Get a Quote</a>
<a class="but newsbut" href="#">View all</a>
But nor the class="but", nor the classes "claimbut", "quotebut" or "newsbut" have the margin-top of 20px in it (and in general an <a> link has also no margin-top).
The class="button" has the margin-top of 20px! (but has also other properties).
By adding ...
... the first 2 columns are o.k., but not the last one. That's because the element above it is floated.
Then you can float the buttons too (without harm for the other two):
BTW: "Hey Guys" > Girls are welcome too?
technobear — 2013-11-22T07:19:29-05:00 — #3
As I understand it, the phrase has come to mean both sexes - which I find quite amusing, given that more "traditional" terms, such as "mankind" are now considered sexist. :rolleyes: I don't understand it - but then, I'm a bear, so what do I know about humans? [/ot]
ralphm — 2013-11-22T07:42:48-05:00 — #4
"Guys" these days can be used for both sexes, while "guy" still applies to a male.