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MadLegs

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  1. I tried your solution for the footer and it looks much better when adjusting to different screen sizes. Thank you.
  2. I tried your solution for the footer and it looks much better when adjusting to different screen sizes. Thank you.
  3. Thank you. The first bit of code accomplished what I wanted. For the second, I have tested on my desktop and mobile and it doesn't change anything. I will test a little more. Since you seem to my guy with all the answers today, I also need to figure out how to lock my footer. The logo stays put, but the email address and phone number jump around. Any suggestions?
  4. Thank you. The first bit of code accomplished what I wanted. For the second, I have tested on my desktop and mobile and it doesn't change anything. I will test a little more. Since you seem to my guy with all the answers today, I also need to figure out how to lock my footer. The logo stays put, but the email address and phone number jump around. Any suggestions?
  5. I love fast responses. Thank you. The website is http://www.skinbycathy.com/. I have three buttons on the landing page for each main section. If you scroll down from the home page, you will see one button labelled "DISCOVER CATHY'S APPROACH". That is the absolute maximum width (and probably too over-powering). Can you help?
  6. I appreciate that the size of the button adjusts to the text, but from a design perspective, it looks bad. Is there a way to make the button size the same? I am using the Pacific template.
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