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How do I "nudge" a graphic up or down on my webpage?

Discussion in 'The eCover Creator' started by stickyfinger, Mar 17, 2007.

  1. stickyfinger

    stickyfinger

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    Hi all,

    I created my first spinning ebook cover and transferred all 3 files to my server as directed. I love it. Everything works great.

    My question is, is there a way to "nudge" the graphic up about an inch on my web page? There's too much white space.

    If you want to see what I mean, take a look at:
    e-Teacher Videos

    All the best,

    -stickfinger
     
  2. Randy...

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    Without being able to see your source code, it makes it a little difficult. Do you have the e-book placed inside a table?
     
  3. stickyfinger

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    Re: How to nudge a graphic up or down

    Digger,

    Thanks for responding...
    The ebook sits freely on the page. It's not in a table or frame of any kind.
    The only code I uploaded (aside from the page itself) is Laughing Bird's software that gets created when the graphic is finished being created.

    To be more exact:
    I need to find a way to change the amount of white space surrounding the graphic. The import is that I might want to move the graphic closer or further away from another object on the page. I get the impression the white space surrounding the graphic is a function of Laughing Birds program. Still, is there a way to get around that?

    Hope to hear from you,

    stickyfinger
     
  4. stickyfinger

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    Addendum:
    Aside from the header graphic (which I also created with Laughing Bird), there isn't any other code before the code that Laughing Bird had me enter for the spinning ebook.
    Hope this helps.
     
  5. Randy...

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    Ah, I see now. I'll have to ask that one of the other mods or urser that has more experience with creating the ebook to step in.
     
  6. Lamo1graphic

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    i had this problem once before i am trying to think how i got round it

    i will get back to you!!!!!!!!!!
     
  7. Randy...

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    BTW - I use Frontpage and would be able to work around it.
     
  8. Chris

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    The source code is easy to view. :D I haven't seen that used in a long time. I will have a look later tonight to see if I can see why it isn't all the way up for you stickyfinger.
     
  9. Randy...

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    Sorry about that, I didn't scroll down past the first sentence in the source. I can see the source code now. I don't see anything. Mac - I did do a test create of an ebook and it does create a lot of white space upon export.
     
  10. stickyfinger

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    So what's the verdict?

    What have any of you found out?
    Thanks.
     

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