Ever wanted a 2 columned journal?I have been playing around with the thought of having 2 columns in my Journal. So I digged into it, and finally I was successful. I must admit I had a headache doing this, because it involves a lot of div's, but if you have a little patience you'll make it work too.Ever wanted a 2 columned journal? by BeyondTheHorizon
What you need is a large container. A box to put your stuff (columns) into. This container has to be filling up the entire width of your Journal. This is the CSS:
position: relative !important;
vertical-align: top !important;
height: 250px !important;
You can ofcourse adjust the parameters to suit your needs. Especially the height is important. Play around untill you get it right.
Now you have a 'box' to add your columns into.
The left column consists of the following CSS:
position: absolute !important;
Getting the most out of your CSS Journals SevenSorry for the long delay between part six and part seven everyone. The Christmas season was one of laziness and fun. Hope your Christmas and New Years was well. Now on we press, before we get mixed up on topics about what mum did to SantaGetting the most out of your CSS Journals Seven by Grayda
Favourite your journal!
That's right! For those who don't know, or haven't been to my userpage yet, you can now (with some limitations), Favourite people's journals! With help from dancewiththesky, the original idea being by BoffinbraiN, and coded by myself, you can now use CSS, GD and PHP to fut a fave-counter on your userpage! Each person who reads your journal can click on the button and fave the news article, and the counter will go up. Keep in mind that this does NOT add the journal to your favourites, nor can someone see who has faved the journal (due to technical limitations). But this is a concept that is quickly expanding.
To claim your own, check out Favebox v1 a