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HTML Build a Simple Website Creating a Website Structure Working with Grids


I am working on the rails development and when I add the grid classes it doesn't seem to move the images and texts around - anyone got any ideas what I could be doing wrong

3 Answers

Pierre Poujade
Pierre Poujade
7,085 Points

A few things to help your question get answered:

  1. "help" as a topic subject gives virtually no indication about what your actual problem is. People might know but will not go through the hassle of opening your thread and read your post to assess whether they can help you or not. A descriptive title goes a long way.

  2. Your question is about Ruby, your odds of being answered are far greater if you post in the Ruby forum.

  3. In any case, about a million things could be the reason why you are not getting the result you are looking for. Copy/paste your problematic snippet on something like pastie.org and put the link in your post so people can check your code and find out what is wrong with it.

I hope this helps, good luck and good learning!

Matthew Underhill
Matthew Underhill
20,361 Points

Please use markdown to copy and paste your code here. It's virtually impossible for anyone to give you an answer without seeing your code for this problem.

thanks Matthew, a previous poster told me the same. Seems my asking for help skills are nearly as poor as my coding skills. Fortunately I managed to work out what the problem was, but thanks for getting back to me, much appreciated