css must not be so easy. I modified qa-styles.css by adding the line you suggested. No difference. Even when I commented out the line for .qa-nav-main-item.
I was able to get the order I wanted by changing .qa-nav-main-item to use float:right. But then everything is right justified, which I don't want.
I was able to get close to what I want by leaving the original .qa-nav-main-item float line in the file followed by:
That resulted in two rows with "Ask a question" left justified. I can live with that. However, this is web programming so quess what? In one browser I see two rows:
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But in my application that uses the IE browser control, the links cascade down and to the right:
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That is not acceptable. Changing the width of my window makes no difference in what I see (even if I refresh).
I have tried a number of things to get what I want by modifying the css code but none have worked. What I want is this:
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Perhaps I'll hit on the right combination in the css file but I am beginning to doubt it. That is definitely the best route since eventually I want a mobile theme and my application UI that presents the web page is more like a phone (tall and narrow) than anything else.
I'm beginning to think I have to modify either the DB or the php code itself. That's something I would like to avoid.