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I got my top part of the footer images to align but now the bottom slants won't align correctly. Could anyone help?

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Post 3+ Months Ago

maybe you should state how you want it to look
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Like the one above it. I want it to align with the side. Something like this: Image
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Anyone?
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So, you want the images pressed up against the edges of the containing div?
Code: [ Select ]
.footer /*Page's footer*/{
......
  padding: 2px 4px 6px 4px;
.......
}
  1. .footer /*Page's footer*/{
  2. ......
  3.   padding: 2px 4px 6px 4px;
  4. .......
  5. }

remind me, what does padding do again? ;)
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It adds a margin-like idea inside the element. I already tried that to no avail but to show you, I got rid of the side padding in the footer and even the borders. It still has a little bit of the black on the side and I can't figure out why. Anyone with the answer will be worshipped. :D
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Never mind. Figured it out for myself.

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