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Hi Imar,

Is there an easy way to move the whole 'footer' login status and links section up to the top of the page and to the right with Planet Wrox project? The 'web forms site' under New Web Site in VS takes a completely different philosophy for page layout and didn't really lend any help.

I haven't yet purchased a CSS book to learn how to properly move things around and cause them to line up left, center or right, color, etc.. Do you ever make recommendations for books on topics you haven't written on? It's not so much the cost, I'm concerned about getting a book that will make good use of my time as I study. I was looking at a book that was a balance of beginning HTML and CSS. http://p2p.wrox.com/book-beginning-h...arch-2013-724/).

Or is what you taught in this book sufficient to move me to a book other than a beginning book?

Thanks.

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What do you mean with "move"? You can just cut the code and paste it elsewhere in your master page.

You may want to look at Beginning CSS by Richard York. Great book!.

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Hi Imar,

As you say, I can cut and paste, which I did.

But I'm just not a CSS knowledgeable person yet and couldn't get the whole thing to line up in the upper right of the header area.

I don't understand when you can use float, or what other CSS is used to align objects on the page.

Thanks for the recommendation. I will move forward with that in just a bit.

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I don't understand when you can use float, or what other CSS is used to align objects on the page.
Hard to explain over a forum post, especially without seeing any code. I would look into the book I recommended, and then post questions in the book's forum category with code and a clear problem description if you get stuck.

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