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  Sunday, 13 December 2009
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First of all please let me give you my greatest compliment for providing the joomla community these great extensions.

My question regards the possibility to place up to 3 clocks side by side on our site www.rafnsalle.dk of course we will be open for a donation if you so require.

I\'m under the impression that a lot of the users would be happy to have a selection between horizontal and vertical placement when using more than one clock. Another great feature would be the possibility to off-set then placement with a number of pixels. Just my 5 cents :)

Yours sincerely
Henrik Hartvig
more than a month ago
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Hello,

You can adjust artclock CSS style as follows:

.artclock {
display: block;
float: left;
}

Please let us know if you need more assistance with this.

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more than a month ago
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#1352
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Hi
I tried to do this but it did not work. Please can you help with this same issue. I am also using this clock on my site (a charity site) to display 3 clocks. I cannot find anywhere in the code where to change the display from verticle to horizontal. Pls help.
Kind regards
Ella
more than a month ago
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#1353
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Should be solved now. Please let us know if there are any other issues or questions.

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more than a month ago
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Hi Friends,

I still can\'t manage to have 3 clocks placed next to each other with the label either on top or buttom - hope you can help.

Site: http://www.rafnsalle.dk

Webdesigner: Artisteer 2

Username: tba (I have created a support user so you can login)

Password: tba (I have created a support user so you can login)

/Henrik :blush:
more than a month ago
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#1355
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Hello,

Should look fine now - please have a look: http://www.rafnsalle.dk/homepage/

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more than a month ago
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You are brilliant - thanks so very much :)

/Henrik Denmark
more than a month ago
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Great module.

Having the same issue as above. I have managed to line the clocks horizontally by changing the css:

.artclock_label {
display:block;
float: left;
font-size:10px;
}
.artclock_clock{
display: block;
float: left;
}

Problem is the clock label is left of the clock, how do I get the label above the clock?
more than a month ago
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#1358
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Is there any page where we can see the issue? It would be easier to advise.

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more than a month ago
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more than a month ago
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This can be done by changing the style to:

.artclock_label {
display:block;
font-size:10px;
text-align: center;
}

Removed float: left; and added text-align: center;

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more than a month ago
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Hi,

I am really a newcomer to this world. Sorry for the basic question but where can I perform that change? Which file and where is it located?

BTW: Congratulations for the Art Clock! :)

Br,
EA
more than a month ago
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Hello,

You can add this CSS rule to your template CSS file.

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more than a month ago
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#1363
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Hi,

I was able to find it! Thanks for the lightening fast answer! :)

Br,
EA
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