HTML & CSS
I've really shaved down on my page at Atlanta Review. I have an issue with how to center the page on page load. My page is just a bit wide right now, but I think it would be good to center the focus when the page loads.
Also, why is the page still tall? It should be pretty short (700-800px total page height).
Check it out and let me know what you think.
This will be my first post here, been lurking for roughly a year now on these forums, which has helped me alot, so it's time i'll start to try and contribute
<font color='"#FF0000"'>margin: 405px 12px;
The reason for your page being this tall is the style of your rightside div, is the part in red. U have a margin of 405px applied to the top and bottom. Try setting it to margin: 405px 12px 0 12px; that way it should still have 12 pixels margin on both sides, and only 405 pixels at the top. Also the min-height: 800px; is creating excess page height, so u could try to reduce the value of that, or even remove it completely.
Not sure what u meant by centering the focus when the page loads, the page looks quite centered to me.
Welcome to front of house Glad you decided to stop lurking and thanks for the post which seems to hit the nail on the head.
Great first contribution!
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