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From Marcus <>
Subject Re: Website: tweaking the look of it
Date Thu, 22 Jan 2015 22:12:20 GMT
Am 01/22/2015 10:58 PM, schrieb Aivaras Stepukonis:
> Thanks for the explanation. I've actually spent some time moving up and
> down the heading to see what spacing fits best in that particular
> situation. My conclusion was -24px. The vertical alignment in that area
> is a little tricky because the element next to the heading (i.e., the
> green download bar) has rounded corners and that affects how the
> symmetry of the page plays out.

the CSS class "campaign" is only used on the main "index.html" but not 
in the download webpage. On the main one the alignment is - IMHO - now 

Please test on "/lt/index.html" what looks better for you - the -33px 
from CSS file or your -24px directly in the H2 tag.


> 2015.01.22 23:39, Marcus rašė:
>> Am 01/22/2015 10:29 PM, schrieb Aivaras Stepukonis:
>>> Yes, it does. I'm speculating it was some kind of sync delay in the
>>> server?
>>> Thanks Marcus.
>>> One tiny bit I forgot to mention: in "index.html", the top margin wound
>>> up being -24px.
>> both "index.html" files (main and from LT) use now the top margin of
>> -33px for the H2 tag. However, in LT there is an element style of
>> -24px. And due to how CSS is working the style which is directly set
>> in the HTML tag is recognized as the last and therefore winning. So,
>> when you are deleting the -24px then the -33px from home.css resp.
>> styles.css is used and the headline comes up a bit higher.
>> HTH
>> Marcus
>>> 2015.01.22 22:56, Marcus rašė:
>>>> In the meantime it's fixed and the staged version looks fine - also
>>>> the LT webpage.

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