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1/18/2013 12:00:00 AM / 10:00:48 AM by Admin

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1/25/2013 12:00:00 AM / 03:25:12 PM by Admin

The Virginia had lost a smokestack, reducing its already limited mobility, and the Monitor experienced problems firing and arming is guns that already too weak to do much damage to thick hull of the Virginia. After hours a fighting, the Virginia managed to hit the Monitor's pilothouse, blinding its commander. The Monitor had to retire so he could be replaced and by that time the Virginia was gone. The battle ended in a stalemate. The Virginia tried to engage the Monitor on several occasions later on, but neither ship engaged any ship after their first meeting. When the Union recaptured Norfolk, the Confederate navy ordered the Virginia to be destroyed to prevent it from falling into enemy hands.

Under the command of Lieutenant Morris, the ship would sail back across the Atlantic to the shores of Brazil. The CSS Florida continued to wreak havoc on the US merchant fleet for the next 6 months. The ship would meet its final end as a Confederate cruiser through an intelligence move and violation of international law by the US Government. In the October of 1864, the CSS Florida found itself docked in the port of Bahia, Brazil refitting and allowing the crew to relax. The US Consulate in Bahia began operations spying upon the activities of the ship and then communicated with the US Navy ships operating in the area. In violation of international laws respecting the rights of neutral powers in a conflict, Commander Napoleon Collins of the USS Wachusett attacked the CSS Florida while it was at anchor in Bahia. Catching the CSS Florida unprepared for combat, the USS Wachusett rammed the ship and forced it to surrender. The USS Wachussett then towed the CSS Florida to the US Navy's base at Hampton Roads, VA. While the CSS Florida was at anchor in Hampton Roads, diplomats of Brazil and several other countries filed legal protests against the US and the actions of Commander Collins. The US courts held that Commander Collins had indeed violated the international laws and treaties of the US and ordered the ship to be returned to Brazil. Before this could happen however, the CSS Florida was sunk in a questionable collision with the US Army Transport Alliance in late November of 1864.

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2/1/2013 12:00:00 AM / 02:36:30 PM by Admin

CSS Lists 8. CSS Margin 9. CSS Padding 10. CSS Border 11. Good CSS Design 12. Resources How To Get To These Tutorials Get online, open up your web browser, type in www. davesite. com in the address bar, hit enter, and wait for the site to load. Once you are on the side, scroll down to the page until you start seeing links appear. In the links that start appearing is where you will find the tutorials. If you cannot find the tutorials by taking that route, then just click on the following links.

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1/23/2013 12:00:00 AM / 06:00:13 PM by Admin

css input text Try the above code. The padding width of the BODY element is 100px; that for the DIV is 75px. I chose large numbers for emphasis. Right now, do not worry about the other things you see in the DIV's CSS rule. The unit of pixel has been used. If we had used the Percentage for the DIV, it would have been relative (measured with respect to) the width of the containing element, BODY.