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Angelhart
post Aug 23 2017, 11:36 AM
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Hi,

I am trying to get something to function properly for over a year on my blog and I'm really stuck.

I tried to search for help on tumblr html/css blogs but I either get no response or they just take my html and I'll never hear from them again.
So my experience with those blogs is sadly not a happy one sad.gif


I know I took on more than I can chew with my limited css/html knowlegde, but I really want this thing fixed that I am willing to even pay someone to fix this. Only... first I need to find someone who is willing and able.


I am struggling to get a footer to appear properly and work properly. The issues:

- It just won't fit the full screen width.
- some images are cut off

The above I really want to fix, otherwise I cannot use the footer.

The issue below is minor, but if that can be fixed as well, that would be great!

- when you resize the browser window, the thing acts weird (the images are not stacked needly beneath eachother and cut off again)
The part that does work properly when resized is the grey space of the footer beneath the row of images.



I have the full coding on a test blog now: https://www.tumblr.com/blog/angelharttestblog


I hope someone here can help me or direct me to someone who can.



Thanks in advance!


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pandy
post Aug 23 2017, 04:20 PM
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I get redirected to a login page. This: https://www.tumblr.com/login?redirect_to=%2...gelharttestblog .
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