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Styling your histories pages:

You can choose different types styling in your pages. Since you have a Genealogy Web Templates template, you have all the styles available to you without having to add any additional information.

You can set up a page with a sidebar and a content area. You can choose to have your sidebar on the right or left.

For styling your images, you have these options:

.img-right: floated to the right
.img-left: floated to the left

.img-frame: has a border and a shadow
.img-frame-right: has a border and a shadow
.img-frame-left: has a border and a shadow

.img-curved: has a curved edge, a gray border and a shadow
.img-curved-right: has a curved edge, a gray border and a shadow, floats right
.img-curved-left: has a curved edge, a gray border and a shadow, floats left

.img-shadow: has a shadow
.img-right-shadow: has a shadow and is floated to the right
.img-left-shadow: has a shadow and is floated to the left

.img-round: round or oblong depending on your image: square images become round, rectangle images become oval
.img-round-left: round as described above but floated to the left
.img-round-right: round as described above, but floated to the right

.img-rotate-right: tilts the image to the right, floats it right, has a border
.img-rotate-left: tilts the image to the right, floats itimg-round2 round or oblong depending on your image: square images become round, rectangle images become oval, has a border

.img-border: has a light gray border
.img-small: maximum width of this image is 150px

You can use a number of styles together when styling an image.

This is what the image styling looks like for the boy above:  <img class="img-round-right" alt="" src="img/boy1.jpg"> Because he is rectangular, the round becomes an oval and he floats to the right.

If you want an image centered, you MUST place them in a paragraph. Your image is styled this way:
<p class="center"><img class="img-frame" alt="" src="img/boy1.jpg"> </p>

Styling your headings

Heading Styles Heading Styles

h1

h2

h3

h4

h5
h6
3rd row - column 1 3rd row - column 2
4th row - column 1 4th row - column 2
5th row - column 1 5th row - column 2

Creating boxes of text

If you want 3 or 4 boxes side by side, you would use this code:

For 3 Boxes use these codes:

<div class="contentBox3a">  <p>This is your first box of 3 boxes. Write your text in here.</p>  </div>
<div class="contentBox3b">  <p>This is your second box of 3 boxes. Write your text in here.s</p>  </div>
<div class="contentBox3c">  <p>This is your third box of 3 boxes. Write your text in here.</p>  </div>
<div class="clear"></div>
You can see this 3 box layout on the "Place 1"
The Place 2 page has the 3 box layout with a sidebar.

For 4 Boxes use these codes:

<div class="contentBox4a">  <p>This is your first box of 4 boxes. Write your text in here.</p>  </div>
<div class="contentBox4b">  <p>This is your second box of 4 boxes. Write your text in here.</p>  </div>
<div class="contentBox4c">  <p>This is your third box of 4 boxes. Write your text in here.</p>  </div>
<div class="contentBox4d">  <p>This is your fourth box of 4 boxes. Write your text in here.</p>  </div>
<div class="clear"></div>
You can see this layout on Story 1.

Using tables

You can use tables or css classes to format the layout of your page. The table above is 80% wide and aligned to the center. If you want your table wider, just remove the width=80%. If you want it aligned to the left; remove this: margin: 0 auto.

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