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C# Listview adding item with image and text, and align the text to left
This should solve your problems. listView1.View = View.Details; // Enables Details view so you can see columns listView1.Items.Add(new ListViewItem { ImageIndex = 0, Text = "Image 1" }); // Using object initializer to add the text

Categories : C#

Wierd Left align issue in Navigation bar HTML5 css
If I am not wrong, all lists (ul and ol) have default indents associated with them. Try adding a padding: 0; to your CSS rule for ul like below. ul { padding: 0; list-style: none; }

Categories : CSS

Getting text to display to the left and right of a text-align: center
Simply float all the divs to the left. They will display in order. <style> .my-dvis { float:left; width:33.33%; margin:0; padding:0; border:none; } </style> <div class="my-divs"></div> <div class="my-divs"></div> <div class="my-divs"></div>

Categories : HTML

How to align a td text to the left of the table
In your JSP, you should be looping inside one table. By your code, it would seem that you are re-setting the values of your variables outside the visible code. If so, you are generating multiple 1 row tables. The fix then would be to set your java variables inside the < table > ... < / table > tags, creating just new TRs and TDs for each java object. With a single table, your TDs should all align as you wished. <table style="width: 832px;" > <% MyObject o; // which has those variables for (int i=0; i<array_size; ++i){ o = array[i]; %> <tr> <td style="width: 45px;text-align: left;" align="left"><%= o.getEpisodeDate() %></td> <td style="width: 7px;">&nbsp;</td> <td style="width: 257px;text-align

Categories : HTML

Align image on left and text on right using css
I'm not sure if this actually helps you but here is how I probably would have done it. html: <div class="container"> <p class="imageclass"><img src... /></p> <p class="textclass">text...</p> </div> css: .container { width:500px; } .imageclass { float:left; width:200px; height:20px; } .textclass { float:left; width:300px; height:20px; } I used this exact code in one page I did, and it worked fine getting the paragraphs in the same line. You can probably change the paragraphs for divs, and you of course have to change the numbers so it fits on your page.

Categories : HTML

Align text in a floated left ul list
Remove the class date <ul> <li>One</li> <li>Two</li> <li> <div> July 2nd </div> </li>

Categories : HTML

center a with text-align: left in a fixed-width div
You do not need to text-align left the a, unless you set them to display block, in which case there is no sense to make li align center, and a align left! Maybe you mean center the whole nav, but have the links be align left? In that case this is how you do it: Demo http://jsbin.com/ezuloz/1/edit

Categories : CSS

Algorithm to Convert text from Left Align to Justify
The standard algorithm for breaking paragraphs into lines is probably still the algorithm of Knuth & Plass, used by Knuth's typesetting systemTeX. The algorithm, which 'avoids backtracing by a judicious use of the techniques of dynamic programming ' is described in Donald E. Knuth and Michael F. Plass, Software - Practice and Experience 11 (1981) 1119-1184 DOI: 10.1002/spe.4380111102, also available in Digital Typography, Ch. 3, pp. 67–155. The algorithm is based on considering each possible line break, starting from the beginning of the paragraph, and for each one finding the sequence of preceeding line breaks that gives the best result that far. As the entire sequence is determined by the last line break in the sequence, only the potential starting points for the current line h

Categories : Algorithm

Bootstrap - Align grid col to vertical-align on the middle and to the left
The solution i found was create a form with a form-group and put a label to the buttons. <div class="col-lg-12"> <form class="form-inline" role="form"> <div class="form-group"> <label>Para Receber: </label> <button type="button" class="btn btn-warning btn-sm">Hoje</button> <button type="button" class="btn btn-warning btn-sm">Na Semana</button> <button type="button" class="btn btn-warning btn-sm">No Mês</button> <button type="button" class="btn btn-danger btn-sm">Somente Atrasados</button> </div> </form> </div><!-- /.col-lg-12 -->

Categories : Twitter

How can I get facing html elements to left-align and right-align, respectively, preferably using CSS?
You are using display: inline-block; which will make the element inline, it is no more a block level element, hence there is no space for the text to align to the left or to the right. Just wrap the elements inside a div and than float the element to the right. Demo Also am using .wrap { overflow: hidden; /* This will clear floats */ } For a better clearfix, you can also use the below snippet and call the class on parent element. .clear:after { clear: both; display: table; content: ""; } You can also assign width to the .wrap here, so that elements stay inside boundaries.

Categories : HTML

css text align issue, same code 2 different servers
Because you are floating elements within your .link-wrap, you must clear those to make them look the way you want. .link-wrap { height: 40px; margin: 2px 50px; position: relative; clear: both; } As to why, I'm not sure. However, I'm curious as you may have noted, your navigation is 4px taller on one. If you look at the computed styles, one is 55px, the other is 51px. What os's are on these servers?

Categories : HTML

Align two objects with css position:absolute; (without fixed margin-left or left properties) (SOLVED)
If you don't wanna use margin-left you can use position: In your li elements you have to put the follow CSS rules: .contactList > li { position: relative; } .contactList > li > span:nth-child(2) { position: absolute; left: value; /*(e.g. 70px)*/ } I put span:nth-child(2) because in your HTML code your second span element always have the text. Here's the DEMO Cheers, Leo

Categories : CSS

Left align form labels, inputs also left aligned
Set the width of your labels to be the same and all your inputs will be aligned label { display: inline-block; //So that we can set the width width: 40px; //Whatever the widest label will be. } This can cause some issues if you add longer labels, you may need to adjust the width so that it doesn't overflow.

Categories : CSS

How can I get some buttons to align-left and some to align-right inside a DIV?
try this http://jsfiddle.net/ANC3H/1/ .align-left{ float:left; } .align-right{ float:right; }

Categories : HTML

Left align and right align within div in Bootstrap
Use the pull-right class.. <div class="container"> <div class="row"> <div class="col-md-6">Total cost</div> <div class="col-md-6"><span class="pull-right">$42</span></div> </div> </div> Demo You can also use the text-right class like this: <div class="row"> <div class="col-md-6">Total cost</div> <div class="col-md-6 text-right">$42</div> </div> Demo

Categories : Twitter

How to align image to top left of div
LIke this DEMO CSS *{ margin:0; padding:0; } #block { border-width: 2px; border-color: #4682B4; background-color: #E0FFFF; width: 200px; text-align: center; line-height:30px; padding:3px 0; } DEMO1

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Align
Add to .tabs: padding-left: 0; Change in .tabs a: padding: 5px 20px; to padding: 5px 20px 5px 0; It doesn't get any lefter than that. Fiddle: http://jsfiddle.net/PRL5H/

Categories : CSS

CSS: float:left align up
CSS does not currently allow you to do that, unfortunately. However, there are some JavaScript libraries that can do layouts like this. One popular choice is Masonry.

Categories : HTML

CSS: ellipsis in left-aligned text of single line of dynamic width text where width of left-aligned text = 100% - right-aligned text
1) Remove float:left from your left div and 2) Add display:block on your left div and bingo! - the right div takes up only as much space as it needs - without giving it a fixed width anymore. UPDATED FIDDLE + FIDDLE 2 (just to prove it works) Markup <div id="wrap"> <div id="right">Right</div> <div id="left">Left Left Left Left Left Left Left Left Left Left Left Left Left Left Left Left Left Left Left Left Left Left Left Left Left Left Left Left Left Left Left Left</div> </div> CSS #wrap { width: 100%; } #left, #right {padding:5px;} #left { background-color:red; text-align:left; display: block; text-overflow: ellipsis; white-space: nowrap; overflow: hidden; } #right { background-color:orange;

Categories : CSS

Align a div to the center and then move it left
use box-sizing:border-box; So includes padding in calculation of width; Cheers See rec : http://www.w3.org/TR/css3-ui/#box-sizing0

Categories : CSS

CSS: rotate image and align top left
I don't know if there is a simplier way, but you can set margin of the image after rotation like this. margin:68px -66px; You can use js to get image width and height so it sets values accordingly to the size of image. I used manual way. http://jsfiddle.net/YQktn/3/ EDIT: You can always mess with -webkit-transform-origin: 75px 75px; -moz-transform-origin: 75px 75px; -ms-transform-origin: 75px 75px; -o-transform-origin: 75px 75px; transform-origin: 75px 75px; as found here: CSS "transform: rotate()" affecting overall design with "position: absolute" (not aligning properly)

Categories : CSS

different size divs align top left
please add this css : #box1, #box2, #box3, #box4, #box5, #box6, #box7, #box8, #box9, #box10, #box11, #box12, #box13, #box14, #box15, #box16, #box17, #box18, #box19, #box20 { margin:0px; padding:0px; float: left; } ul, li { margin:0px; padding:0px; list-style:none;}

Categories : Javascript

Incorrect left align using tableGrob
It's a bug; the package author clearly doesn't understand text justification in grid. You can sort of fix it like so, textii <- function(d, gp=gpar(), name="row-label-", just="center", parse=TRUE){ x <- switch(just, "center"=0.5, "right"=1, "left"=0) parseglobal <- parse function(ii, parse=parseglobal){ lab <- if(parse) parse(text=d[ii]) else d[ii] textGrob(x=x, label=lab, just=just, gp=gp, name=paste(name, ii, sep="")) } } assignInNamespace("textii", textii, "gridExtra") grid.table(z, core.just="left") and/or adjust the padding.h parameter to give more space. Sigh, what a mess.

Categories : R

Align ending quotes to left?
I edited the CSS to make the quote align with the text. I don't recommend doing it like this, unless you know for sure that your text is going to be this length every time. blockquote:after { margin-right: auto; margin-left: 170px; content: close-quote; font-family: 'Times New Roman'; position: relative; top: -20px; } http://jsbin.com/eheyok/9/edit But just to expand on my answer: the margin-right/margin-left styles above help set the margins on either side (aka how far over this particular item is going to start/end before it can no longer be on that line). I added the position so that the quotes would jump to the line above it. And then subtracted some of the length off to get it just right (the "top" property), since the size of the quote and the size of the text are differe

Categories : HTML

div align center then left without using width
Set the outer width:100%; Or define the inner width otherwise CSS .abc{ float:left; width:100%; } HTML <div id="out" align="center"> <div id="in1" class="abc">111</div> <div id="in2" class="abc">aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa</div> <div id="in3" class="abc">bbbb</div> <div id="in4" class="abc">6516519191</div> <div id="in5" class="abc">apple</div> <div id="in6" class="abc">ii</div> </div>

Categories : HTML

I cannot align my table to the left of the page?
If you turn your table borders back on you'll see that the table cell is as far left as the table allows: titleTable.Border = 1 titleTable.BorderWidth = 1 ''//titleTable.DefaultCellBorder = iTextSharp.text.Rectangle.NO_BORDER But you also need to tell the table to take up as much horizontal space as possible: titleTable.Width = 100 However, all of this will still be relative to the document's size including margins. Depending on what you're doing you could just remove the margins from the document completely when you create it: Dim Doc As New Document(PageSize.LETTER, 0, 0, 0, 0) NOTE! The iTextSharp.text.Table is very old and has been unsupported for almost a decade. Instead you are encouraged to use iTextSharp.text.pdf.PdfPTable. Almost all documentation out there will al

Categories : C#

How to align JLabel to the left of the JPanel?
You might wish to set the JLabel's horizontalAlignment property. One way is via its constructor. Try: JLabel label = new JLabel(lText, SwingConstants.LEFT); This can also be done via the expected setter method: label.setHorizontalAlignment(SwingConstants.LEFT);

Categories : Java

Align image to left, middle and right without using float
You can create 3 divs, with equal width, then place each image in their own div, and you can align them how you want in that. <div id="container"> <div id="left"><img src="image1.png" /></div> <div id="center"><img src="image2.png" /></div> <div id="right"><img src="image3.png" /></div> #left,#right,#center {width:300px;} #left{text-align:left;float:left;} #center {text-align:center;float:left;} #right {text-align:right;float:left;} You have to float the divs, but you are still using text-align for the images.

Categories : HTML

jqGrid FormEditing beforeShowForm align left
It looks like you have some CSS conflicts. Some CSS are applied on the edit form, which are created for absolute another place on your HTML page. It's the only reason which I see. You have to localize the style which are applied on the form and change it definition so that it will be not applied on jqGrid. Alternatively you can add another more exact style which overwrite the styles. See the answer for an example of close problems. You can use Developer Tools of Internet Explorer (press F12 to start) Developer Tools of Google Chrome, Firebug or other tools to analyse the styles applied on the form.

Categories : Javascript

how to set the UIImageView align left or right when set the contentMode to UIViewContentModeScaleAspectFit?
I don't think what you're trying to do is even possible. However, I'd recommend an entirely different approach. Instead of keeping two full size images in memory at the same time just to display parts of them, why not just crop sections of the image to the exact sizes you need. This method would be much more efficient. You can find information on cropping a UIImage here: Cropping a UIImage

Categories : IOS

Can't align ImageViews to the left in ListView Row (RelativeLayout)
From the screenshot the layout is OK because the divider with back color @color/blueOceanStroke goes all the way and so do the separators. The problem must be in the "@+id/catThumbnail", if you measure the distance between your red line and the left edge of the yellow square and compare it with the distance between the right edge of the square and the left edge of letter "B" they are about the same which it shouldn't be. My guess is that there is some king of padding in the @drawable/bank1. Try to remove it completely and see if the letter "B" left aligns with the title. Hope this helps...

Categories : Android

Android: TableLayout align first column right, second left
In columns of your TableLayout you must be using TextView to display the content. So for first column try this, <TextView android:layout_width="fill_parent" android:layout_height="wrap_content" android:gravity="right" android:text="Key" android:textColor="@android:color/black"/> and for second column try this, <TextView android:layout_width="fill_parent" android:layout_height="wrap_content" android:gravity="left" android:text="Value" android:textColor="@android:color/black"/>

Categories : Android

image float left align middle
You could do this all with tables. <div style="width:70%;"> <table> <tr> <td> <img width="128" height="128" src="http://www.gravatar.com/avatar/image" /> </td> <td> <table> <tr><td>col 1</td><td>col 2</td><td>col 3</td></tr> <tr><td>col 1</td><td>col 2</td><td>col 3</td></tr> <tr><td>col 1</td><td>col 2</td><td>col 3</td></tr> <tr><td>col 1</td><td>col 2</td><td>col 3</td></tr> <tr><td>col 1</td><td>col 2</td><td>col 3</td></tr> <tr><td>col

Categories : CSS

how to align checkboxes to the left of a table in html
You could just create an "actions" column which you insert as the first column in your table that contains the checkboxes. That way all checkboxes are kept separate from the contents which makes formatting and manipulation via javascript easier. Alternatively if you must use a form for each row you could do something like: <td><input type="checkbox" /><span>Data...</span></td> ... but if you go the second route you loose the power of tables** & may as well go for a div only solution. ** for displaying tabular data; before someone shoots me down for table vs div for layouts.

Categories : HTML

Center a menu with left align items
Try using display: inline-block;. You can add the following code: .extPanel { text-align: center; } .menuElement { display: inline-block; *display: inline; //ie zoom: 1; //ie //remove float: left; }

Categories : CSS

Center one Column in a Tablelayout and align the other to the right and left
Try this please: <TableRow android:id="@+id/tableRow1" android:layout_width="match_parent" android:layout_height="wrap_content" > <TextView android:id="@+id/textView2" android:layout_width="wrap_content" android:layout_height="wrap_content" android:layout_weight="1" android:text="Small Text" android:textAppearance="?android:attr/textAppearanceSmall" /> <TextView android:id="@+id/textView3" android:layout_width="wrap_content" android:layout_height="wrap_content" android:layout_weight="1" android:gravity="center" android:text="Small Text" android:textAppearance="?android:attr/textAppearanceSmall" /> <TextView android:id="@+id/te

Categories : Android

Left align bulleted lists and numbered list
Add this inline css to your <ul> or <ol> <ol style="list-style-type: none;"> Update: To keep the line numbers remove the above code and replace it with <ol style="list-style: decimal outside;"> Another Update :) For <ul>: <ul style="list-style: circle outside;">

Categories : CSS

Align paragraphs to left and right, and center image on footer
You need to reaarange your html <div id="footer"> <p class="alignleft">Text</p> <p class="alignright">More text</p> <img id="logo" src="#" /> </div> DEMO http://jsfiddle.net/kevinPHPkevin/hMN8f/

Categories : CSS

Zurb/Foundation framework: how to align top-bar-section to the left instead to the right
I am having the same issue, but it seems like they just display the top bar in the large version with "top-bar hide-for-small". The other thing you see is a sidebar, which will be shown in the small version. If you want to know which classes are needed just use Firebug on their website and you should be fine. Best regards, Manuel

Categories : Javascript

I want my drop down menu to be right aligned and not the default left align
You could float it right or use position: absolute;. Here's position: absolute example DEMO http://jsfiddle.net/kevinPHPkevin/kqZMf/1/ .main-nav { position: absolute; right:10px; }

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