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CSS

On my Contact page. My phone and Email Images are overlapping the text.

As you'll see when you visit the link. On desktop my phone and email image aren't formatting correctly. I can't figure out why. Can anyone tell me what I haven't done correctly?

http://markwhouston.com/contact.html

3 Answers

Hi Mark,

It looks like your secondary section is spanning 100% width, which is pushing the images over to the left.

In your HTML, "secondary" is spelt "seconday", which could be causing it to not pick up on some of your CSS styles. Could this be the issue?

Hope that helps,

Ede

Thanks, I made the correction and it's working perfectly now. Appreciate the help.

In your css folder you have a spelling mistake for the normalize.css file.

Try using clearfix to fix the collapsed height for your floated elements. Or instead of floating them you could alternatively put the .primary and .secondary into a <div> make them 'display: inline-block' then set their widths to fit side by side.

Cheers for the Advice

I have visit your site. There is no problem.