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Hi! I'm new in this business, so, plz, excuse my stupid question, but i have some little problem - i need to write smth like this: start > content add; but, unfortunately, don't know how to make this 'add' to go far away from the 'content'. I saw a tag: word-spacing: 40px, for example, but it didn't work. PLS, Help!!!

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If you only want it to go a few spaces over, put this into your code

 

It may not be the most techonological or efficient, but it will work.

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you will add to your css attributes, this is an example:

#menuList {
	position:relative; 
	font-size: 1.3em; /* ALL font size */
	margin: 0px; /* gap between page top AND main menu to sub menu */
	padding: 0px; /* sets the space above and below main menu text (border) */;
/*	z-index:100; */
}

another example:

/*  Text
 ------------ */
h1 {
	color: black;
	font-family: "Lucida Grande", "Trebuchet MS", Verdana, sans-serif;
	font-weight: bold;
	font-size: 1.8em;
          margin: 5px; 
	text-decoration: none;
}
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what do you mean taramichael?
The examples I gae above is very clear.

in order t set font size, width, and space you will need to use css, if you just want to space them a vew spaces then use

 

if you want them seperated and centered use a table.

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am..., i just needed to have two words that are together and the third word to be in few spaces away, and i didn't want to make it with &nbsp, but..., maybe i'll have to... :)
Thanks for the replies!!!!!!

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in fact, as casper_wang has said - it should be done with a table, with one left and another right align and with no borders :)
Thanks, guys!!!! :)

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Not true. Just wrap that word in a span, give it a class, and give that class a margin in your css.

He didnt want to go through the css for a simple few spaces, and the html code for space would be the simplest.


Hope you got it working e_vel.

If you are happy with it please mark this as solved.

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