an Anglican priest learning on the job...
I suspect that it's because there should be a space in the "word" after the gap "attention.After". This is too wide for the space left in your template between the image and the next column, so it gets pushed down to the bottom.HTH!pax et bonum
Thanks John...I'd tried various permutations around this, but once I abolished the continuity between Darling and Daughter all was well. The trouble is this then becomes a description rather than a pseudonym..though as I've just proclaimed her identity as a Luci, perhaps there's not much point in persisting with it anyway.
hey what you wrote and the picture is fab. Don't worry so much about the layout.. computers do their own thing from time to time. I guess it's their revenge for us making them work so hard. :=)be blessed
Try inching out the margins a bit - they're set to 10px at the moment. Going up to 30px might squeeze the text out entirely, which would be one solution.
Well now, anon...that might indeed be the best solution, a text free blog! Maybe that wasn't how you meant it, but who knows......
squeeze out the text from the too-thin r/h column so it starts below, was what I meant. the other option would be to hard-code the image dimensions so it's smaller.
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