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Need some help after inserting CMS system

May 2, 2012 3:12 AM

Hi on my site ive inserted an CMS system from Cushy. It all work that isnt the problem. The problem is that my page is a mess now.. The only thing ive addes is a cms code so im hoping the solution isnt hard to do.

 

There are three pages that are complete changed.

 

The home page

 

http://www.vakantiewoningeninsuriname.nl/index.html

 

The text colomn right under is moved.How can i place this back?

 

on http://www.dorff.nl/ you can see how it was before i add the CMS.

 

The next page is:

 

http://www.vakantiewoningeninsuriname.nl/bezienswaardighedenparamaribo .html

 

You can see there is a lot extra space between the head and the text. And you see that the text is not only at the right side anymmore.

This is how it should be:

 

http://www.dorff.nl/bezienswaardighedenparamaribo.html

 

The same goes for this page:

http://www.vakantiewoningeninsuriname.nl/prijzen.html

 

And this is how it have to be:

http://www.dorff.nl/prijzen.html

 

 

Hope you can help, thank you for looking..

 

Regards Brian

 
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    May 2, 2012 12:03 PM   in reply to braico

    Change this:

     

    <h2 class="cushycms">Prijzen</h2>

    <div class="cushycms">

                                <p>Bij ons kunt u terecht met elk budget. Wij hebben woningen voor mensen die een langere tijd blijven maar ook voor vakantiegangers. Daarom hebben wij verschillende prijzen gehanteerd. 


    </ul>


    </p>

    </div>

     

     

    to this:

     

    <!--Begin CushyCMS-->

    <div class="cushycms">

    <h2>Prijzen</h2>

    <p>Bij ons kunt u terecht met elk budget. Wij hebben woningen voor mensen die een langere tijd blijven maar ook voor vakantiegangers. Daarom hebben wij verschillende prijzen gehanteerd. </p></div>

    <!--end CushyCMS-->

     

     

     

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    May 3, 2012 1:42 PM   in reply to braico

    Start by fixing your code errors.  You have quite a few:

    http://validator.w3.org/check?verbose=1&uri=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.vakantiew oningeninsuriname.nl%2Fprijzen.html

     

     

     

     

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    May 3, 2012 2:04 PM   in reply to braico

    98% of browser rendering problems are directly related to code errors.  The link I gave you describes your code errors and what you must do to clear them.   If none of this makes sense, start here:  

    HTML & CSS Tutorials - http://w3schools.com/

     

     

     

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    May 4, 2012 1:38 AM   in reply to braico

    braico wrote:

     

    Dear Nancy,

     

    Thank you for your response,

     

    I will try to explain again what is wrong. On my site you see this page:

     

    http://www.vakantiewoningeninsuriname.nl/prijzen.html

     

    Problem is that the picture below is on the right side of the page instead of the left like the other pictures.

     

    On:

     

    http://www.dorff.nl/prijzen.html

     

    You can see how it should looks.. Pictures to the left and text on the right. Dont know what happened when im adding the Cuschy CMS. Hope you can see what is wrong.

     

     

     

     

     

    You have the last two property entries on that page wrapped in the <div> 'one_half_last' when that <div> should wrap each property details entry individually. Thats why the last image is over to the right.

     

    <div class="one_half last" align="justify">

     

     

    What I would do is delete the last two property entries (images and text) on the page then copy the code for property entry two and paste it beneath twice, making your four property entries. Obviously you'll have to update the images and property details as well.

     

    OR if you are good with code amend it so that the last two property details entries are isloated in their own 'one_half_last' <div>

     
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