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belenenses




msg:4367331
 2:16 pm on Sep 26, 2011 (gmt 0)

Hi Guys,

Please find two 'offending' maps highlighted in bold below. They should line up under the middle column under the quote. What's the problem?


And I can't seem to increase the size of the <H1> text to run across the full length of the article. Why not? Also in bold!

Cheers!

B.


<h1 class="home_header" style="text-align: center;"><span style="font-size: large;">Stevenson Trail - one fine route in a format to suit you</span></h1>
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[blockquote align="right"] Overall amazing experience - life changing!"
John &amp; Therese from Australia.[/blockquote]

<span style="font-size: large;">[dropcap1 color="orange"] <strong>S[/dropcap1]tevenson Trail (GR 70)</strong> is not only a classic walk, but the benchmark for leisure hiking experiences - it's your chance to walk the world’s original recreational hike.</span>

<span style="font-size: large;"><a href="http://walking-holidays-france.com/wordpress/2003/stevenson-trail/rls-map-new/" rel="attachment wp-att-2090"><img class="alignright size-full wp-image-2090" title="RLS MAP - new" src="http://walking-holidays-france.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/RLS-MAP-new.jpg" alt="" width="300" height="640" /></a>The Robert Louis Stevenson Trail links Le Monastier, near Puy-en-Velay in the Haute Loire, to St Jean du Gard in south-eastern Cevennes, a distance of 156-miles/252 kms. Walked by Robert Louis Stevenson in 1878, it inspired him to write Travels with a Donkey in the Cévennes (1879). That ground-breaking book is considered a classic of outdoor literature and set the standard for travelogues. Moreover, Stevenson can be considered in many ways to be the pioneer of the whole modern hiking movement, as the book was the first to present hiking and camping as recreational activities.</span>

<span style="font-size: large;">Stevenson Trail sees you walking what’s now considered one of the top ten trails in France, increasingly popular with hikers wishing to retrace RL Stevenson’s footsteps. If you are someone who loves classic inn-to-inn trails, then this hike across volcanic upland and down steep schist valley is guaranteed to delight you; and if you only ever do one trek, this is arguably the one for you to do.</span>

<span style="font-size: large;"> Stevenson Trail brings you wholesome food, or produits du terroirs, in welcoming accommodation - in stark contrast to Stevenson,
who slept out in a <a href="http://walking-holidays-france.com/wordpress/2003/stevenson-trail/stevenson-trail-departments/" rel="attachment wp-att-2095"><img class="align right size-full wp-image-2095" title="Stevenson Trail departments" src="http://walking-holidays-france.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/Stevenson-Trail-departments-e1299092442613.jpg" alt="" width="150" height="149" /></a>proto-type sleeping bag that he engineered himself. It was rather heavy, thus his decision to trek with a donkey. We transport your luggage for you, so all you need to carry across Auvergne and Languedoc is your light daypack.</span>

<span style="font-size: large;">[dropcap1 color="orange"] <strong>S[/dropcap1]tevenson Trail (GR 70)</strong> is much more than just a great walk - it sets the standard that all other fine trails have to match.</span>

[success]<span style="font-size: large;">Further details on the tour can be obtained by downloading the tour pdf or clicking the headings in the column right. [/success]</span>

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<ul>Prices</ul>
<ul>
<li>£990.00 GBP or €1100.00 Euros
[per person, shared room]</li>
<li>Single person rate - £1195.00 GBP or €1295.00 Euros</li>
</ul>
<ul>What's Included</ul>
<ul>
<ul>
<li>10 nights B &amp; B in '2-star standard' hotels and auberges and all hotel taxes</li>
<li>8 picnic lunches and 8 evening meals - leaving you free to choose where to eat dinner in le Puy and St Jean, and buy packed lunch in Le Monastier - several options are available.</li>
<li>Luggage transfers¹ and transport integral to the programme, incl. transfers from Le Puy to Le Monastier, the start of the trail, and from St Jean to Ales² at the tour’s end.</li>
<li>Post-tour de-briefing.</li>
<li>Hiking Insight Notes™ that empower &amp; make orientation easy</li>
<li>1:25,000 scale maps &amp; themed vacation dossier.</li>
<li>Emergency telephone help-line service with native-English speaking local backup.</li>
<li>Loan of mobile phone where required for non-Europeans - subject to availability.</li>
</ul>
</ul>
Notes:
¹ You are entitled to take one piece of luggage per person, each weighing up to 16 kgs.Supplements are payable for extra or overweight luggage.

² The 09.00 hrs St Jean to Ales transfer at the tour's end can be expected to get you to Ales by approx. 10.00 hrs. No responsibility is accepted for any delays that may result in the failure to catch any connecting trains or flights. Weekend and out-of-hours supplements apply. Ask us for details before arranging your international travel.

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<ul>Highlights</ul>
<ul>
<li>A 'world's top travel adventure' by Forbes Traveler- who recommend The Enlightened Traveller - see 'yellow highlighted' link below.</li>
<li>Enjoy sub-alpine to Mediterranean flora and volcanic plateau to schist valley topography.</li>
<li>Hike the best of the Cevennes' hill-crests and Mont Lozere - 5573 ft/1699 m.</li>
<li>Personalise the trek to suit your needs - ask us re options available.</li>
<li>Visit fascinating and historic villages en route.</li>
</ul>
Key Details
<ul>
<li>10-night, self-guided tour</li>
<li>Start any day, beg. April to mid-October.</li>
<li>Tour starts in Le Puy-en-Velay and finishes in St Jean du Gard, near Ales.</li>
<li>Best access: Lyon airport or SNCF, with onward train to Le Puy via St Etienne.</li>
<li>Welcoming mix of '2-star standard' hotels and auberges.</li>
<li>Optional return transfer to Le Puy at tour's end - please ask us for details.</li>
<li>We transport your luggage, you just carry a light day pack.</li>
</ul>
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Access
<ul>
<ul>
<li>Nearest airport or SNCF station is Lyon [3 hrs on TGV from Paris or Lille] with onward train journey to Le Puy via St Etienne.</li>
<li>Next-best access is via Nimes or Montpellier airports, with onward TGV to Lyon - 30 and 60 minute journeys, respectively.</li>
<li>Alternative convenient option is via Clermont-Ferrand airport, with onward regional train to Le Puy via St Etienne.</li>
<li>Alternative Nimes option [for those wishing to leave a car with us in Ales*] is via cross-country train to Langogne and bus to Le Puy. This option takes a whole day's travel from Nimes, arriving in Le Puy at approx. 17.30 - please ask for details.</li>
</ul>
</ul>
*Car is left at owner's risk.

Accommodation
<ul>
<li>A mix of comfortable, family-run,'2-star standard' hotels or equivalent chambres d’hotes and auberges.</li>
<li>En-suite facilities.</li>
<li>Evening meals follow a fixed menu format for all half-board guests and do not include drinks. Most hotel menus provide a meat or fish dish, plus a vegetarian option; whilst chambres d’hotes and auberges tend to function around one common meal of which all guests partake, bar vegetarians, who would have an alternative dish. All showcase ‘produits du terroirs’ typical of the regions through which you walk.</li>
<li>Generous packed lunches, which do not include drinks.</li>
<li>Vegetarians are generally well catered for, vegans less so.</li>
</ul>
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<ul>
<li>Warm summers; mild and sunny spring &amp; autumn</li>
<li>Enjoy sub-alpine to Mediterranean flora and volcanic plateau to schist valley topography.</li>
<li>Cross four 'natural' historical regions - Velay, Gevaudan, Mont Lozere &amp; Cevennes.</li>
</ul>
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[button size="large" bgColor="#669900" hoverBgColor="#004f78"]Ask a Question[/button]

[button size="large" button color="#808080" textColor="#769600"]Book this Tour[/button]

[highlight]Click for our testimonial from Forbes Traveler<code>[/highlight]</code>

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lucy24




msg:4367406
 4:23 pm on Sep 26, 2011 (gmt 0)

And I can't seem to increase the size of the <H1> text to run across the full length of the article. Why not?

I don't know either. But maybe if you posted your CSS for <h1> someone could take a guess. If it's fixed text intended to fit a fixed size (the width of the image) you might get away with setting a size in pixels (not points). You'd have to constrain the font family pretty closely, though, since font-size goes by height, not width.

Are all those separate spans intended to be paragraphs? Why don't you wrap them all in a single div with font size set to taste? Percentages are more reliable. Absolute sizes ("medium", "large" etc.) are subject to UA interpretation.

And what on earth is all that business in square brackets? Are you in the middle of converting from some other format?


OT: is your content aimed strictly at British readers? Americans have no idea what "en suite" means. (But would be shocked at its absence in anything professing even one star, so maybe it doesn't matter.)

belenenses




msg:4367449
 5:27 pm on Sep 26, 2011 (gmt 0)

Hi Lucy,

This coding is generated by a Theme I am using and its shortcodes. Thus the "large," brackets and spans.

It's a mystery to me, too!

B

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