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Theodore SteinerMaking a Nav Menu
by on Jun 10, 2015 at 8:44:29 pm


I am new to the world of HTML and CSS.

Recently, I've been watching tutorials on how to make a navigation bar with pure CSS, but I am having some difficulty.

I have laid out a template home page that I am working with. I set out each section in a div box with its height and width established and placed approximately where I would like it on the page.

When I begin the process of trying to code the elements of the navigation bar, however I can't seem to make anything line up.

Here is an example.

#navmenu {
height: 30px;
width: 647px;
float: right;

  • item 1

  • item2

  • item3

I simply don't understand what to do next to (1) space my links out evenly, (2) get them in a line.

Can anyone help?

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Bradley VarolRe: Making a Nav Menu
by on Sep 24, 2016 at 12:54:04 pm

In order to make things sit "in a line", you need to use "display: inline-block".

But really you should be using a list to make the menu. is a great place to learn things about HTML, CSS and other languages. I'm not confident or adept enough to explain any further, but those links should help you. Have a nice day :)

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