Text Alignment

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I cannot get the text within a widget to align properly ... to the left a picture I have uploaded. Please help
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Kelly Denning

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Justine

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Hi Kelly,

If you are editing your text using the Text Editing Toolbar, you will find the alignment icons (they have lines inside them that look like paragraphs). Once you have selected the text you wish to align, click on one of those buttons to align it.

Let us know if that resolves the problem!
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Kelly Denning

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Thanks Justine. I did try that prior to my post and it did not work. When I played with the alignment it looked great in the preview screen, however, when I log onto my actual site it resets to the way it was and I have lost my alignment. Hope you are able to provide another suggestion!

Thanks.
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Hello Kelly,

Do you mind sharing your URL so that we can take a look at what's going on here? Also, are you able to let us know what browser and version you are using? Can you also try updating your Java and your Flash?
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Kelly Denning

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Hi Sanja,
My site is www.alwayssmooth.ca. I have used both Explorer and Firefox on 3 different computers, unsure as to what versions. I will try the Java and Flash update and appreciate any other tips you can offer.
Thanks
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Sanja, Official Rep

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Hello Kelly,

Can you please let me know on which page in your site you're seeing this issue? I'll see what I can do to help!
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Kelly Denning

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Hi Sanja,
All of the pages except the home page. What I am trying to do is get the name Always Smooth to the right of the silhouette.

Thanks
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Andi North, Mangopear Media

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Hello Kelly,

I think the text that you are referring is the header? If I am right, you will need to add some CSS to your website. Just add the CSS Below to a HTML Widget on every page of your website: (Without the <!--- and --->)
<!---

<style type="text/css">
#header h1{
margin-left: 50px;
}

</style>

--->

Hope this helps,

Andi
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Thanks, Andi,

Kelly, Please let us know if you continue to have trouble with this.