1st EVER Competition

Welcome to the 1st EVER competition hosted on hv-designs

*Please Note* The competition is pointless and just for fun, although for everyones efforts there is a prize for one lucky participator.

Objective:
Be the first person to post the 100th comment

 

The Prizes:
5 PSD Files from the hv-designs online shop, chosen by the winner
OR
1 CSS Template from the hv-designs online shop, chosen by the winner

 

The Rules:
There can only be one winner
NO Spamming
No posting under different names (il be checking)
Persons must use a valid e-mail address, failure to do so will result in no prize
There has to be a comment infront of yours before posting again
All comments must be photoshop related

GOOD LUCK EVERYONE
There will be a more serious competition soon.

52 thoughts on “1st EVER Competition”

  1. Thanks for the help Poision, and lol I did count yours but then i subtracted and now i know the real total.

    Okay here is a easy way to center your web site:

    Now in today’s world, coders are tending to use DIV tags more than tables so look into your CSS file and look for your container/wrapper or whatever you called your div that keeps everything intact.

    Once you found it add this to it
    margin: 0 auto;

    Some people have not found how people manage to center their whole webpage in the middle of any resolution size.

    If your website is made with tables,

    Find this
    CODE

    Now the last symbol you may not have because it has obtain other properties like width, height, border, etc so it can be like

    CODE

    or something along that side.

    anyways once you found it add this to it

    CODE
    align=”center”

    So in the end your code should look like this

    CODE

    Now in today’s world, coders are tending to use DIV tags more than tables so look into your CSS file and look for your container/wrapper or whatever you called your div that keeps everything intact.

    Once you found it add this to it
    CODE
    margin: 0 auto;

    What that does it puts 0 on the top and bottom and automatically adds the margin on the left and right evenly so it looks like your webpage is centered.

    So in the end it should be like this
    #wrapper {
    width: 768px;
    margin: 0 auto;
    }

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