Pardon my French, but for a blogging service that prides itself on being free, I've sure as hell spent way too many man hours on this only to have nothing to show for it. I curse the person who wrote that "CSS is not very hard to learn".
It's frustrating because I needed to finish this blog by Monday because of a legal case that will be getting some adequate press coverage this week.
Here is my situation. I finally gave up on trying to make the header image larger on Cutline and Pressrow. I decided to go with Pressrow because it offered a little more height for the header image, something that was very important for me.
But the problem I'm having now is with the title. I want to reduce the font size as well as make it more centered. I actually managed to do that.
However, it came at the cost of losing the goddamn image. Now I've read where I'm supposed to type in the image URL when I mess with CSS, but when I did that, nothing came up.
So what am I doing wrong? For the URL, I'm typing in the following because it is an image from my F drive: "F:\My Pictures\BiscayneArrest\Blog\proofs\Pressrow.jpg"
Should I upload the photo to my photobucket account?
As for the title, I would like to have the words "Photography is not a crime ..."
and directly below that, the words, "It is a First Amendment right."
But I guess that little adjustment is impossible. And yes, I did pay for the CSS upgrade, which as far as I'm concerned, is money wasted because I haven't been able to do a damn thing I could not have done without the upgrade.
Here is my blog and stylesheet.