How can i change the position of the pull-right div a little bit left?
you can use the margin-left css property
did you see the code? i tried it in both .pull-right ul .pull-right li and doesn;t respond.
Also it is at in a top right position. Is it a problem with the div?
set the pull right div’s position to relative
the whole idea of
.pull-right (which uses a float) is to pull the element completely to the right hand side, using margin to counter is tricky
.pull-right a padding-right, this will push the
ul inside to the left
position: relative; and
right: ..px on
ul, that should also do the trick, given relative position works different from static position
@vlasischar, why is there no
.pull-left on your bolt network image:
<div class="col-md-2" ><!-- no pull-left on this div? --> <img src="https://s3.amazonaws.com/codecademy-content/projects/bolt-network/logo.svg"> </div>
see comment. Float is tricky to work with, it takes element out of normal document flow, its easier to get bolt-network image and login on the same line when you also use pull-left, rather then fiddling with margins, which inevitable causes problems on smaller screens
so when i have to divs inline and use pull-right, i have to use and a pull-left property?
yes, you should, given how float works. Given its one of the trickiest things, there is even a visualization video:
I’ll take a look!!
Thank you very much!!!
Great help guys… Thank you