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Thread: Help with objects alignment

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Apr 2009

    Default Help with objects alignment

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    Please visit to see an image from my bluevoda builder and please observe the relative positions of the main text and the x-ray image. Also the positions of the grey horizontal line and of the text box reading "legal disclaimer".
    Then please visit to see how the relative positions of the images, line and text change in page preview (these objects appear much further down). I cannot find a way to position objects in my bluevoda builder so that their relative positions do not change in page preview.

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Jun 2006

    Default Re: Help with objects alignment

    Hi ..

    Basically when building with blue voda .. you set your page margins and maintain all elements within these margins .. the page width margin is acceptable anywhere from 800' - 1000' wide .. Keeping all text and any other elements on the page within the margins .. It's a good idea to leave a few extra spaces after the final word of a text box .. this will allow the room needed to keep proper alignment. You need to do this for text. On your page properties, tick center in browser .. and all should be good ..


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  3. #3
    Join Date
    Apr 2009

    Default Re: Help with objects alignment

    Hello, Thank you very much for your prompt reply and your interest to my problem. I followed your instructions (I think) but the problem is not solved. I have created two new pages for you to check if I did everything right.
    Please check out the following page (containing the image of the blue voda builder)
    and then check to see that the gap between the end of the text and the image is still there.

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