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PostPosted: Tue Jan 15, 2013 4:39 pm 

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Hi, I'm relatively new to Joomla, although I have excellent skills in both CSS and HMTL, i've been trying to make two admiror frames appear next to each other, with success, but i want there to be space between them.

They are currently set at 50% per frame, I know that with this format, i cannot create a space ebtween them as they are taking up 100% of the space together,but I want to increase the size as well, i realize that this issue might be related to my limited Joomla knowledge (container sizing, maybe?), but anywho.

I have been trying both padding and margin on the admiror frames, and they just won't split up!

Here's the site im working on (Please ignore the horrible design choice, I did not make it)

Any help is appreciated!

Oh, and Hi, My name is Chris, i'm new.. :)

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