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Why are my arrows not positioned properly

Posted on 2011-03-02
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my site is islamobec.com
my arrows have all the same css but only my first element is properly positioned and the rest are not why??
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by:darren-w-
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The banner is pushing the arrow next to the inner box, you need to encapsulate the two arrows and the inner box in a div and give it a width of about 170px.
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nedlogan earned 500 total points
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Hi,
You could add the following:

.carousel {
    margin-left: 220px; /*current*/
    margin-right: 180px; /*NEW*/
}
At the moment the arrows are taking up as much width as is available. The ones on the left have a margin defined and the top one is forced in by the ad box.
Regards.
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by:falfouli
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thank you!
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