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- I have tried unsuccessfully for days to use CSS to control the height of Index Banner pages.  I have spent hours trying out selectors I found from the HTML source while the website was running from www.Leasedex.com with the HTML editor - CTRL+SHIFT+C.  Today, I was trying to make an Index Banner page shorter - the 'Blue sky' Index page that features live video of sky and clouds moving.  The page was too long beneath the brief statement that appears at the top.  Previously, I tried to increase the size of the page at the top: 'Happy man' with HD900 so it was taller.  Also previously, I have been successful using CSS selectors to control the size of the 'Our Mission' Banner page, a non-index page.

 

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What started in 1992 with the development of the first system has engulfed the nation with thousands of users from coast to

“Very elegant and beautiful! Really don’t understand the people who are against her, they are wrong!” one person commented on an article by Wenxue City News. “I suggest the Chinese government, state television or fashion company invite her to China to display her cheongsam!”

It is not cultural theft,” another wrote. “It is cultural appreciation and cultural respect.”

Weibo users added that Daum looked beautiful and criticised those who have accused her.

“Culture has no borders,” one wrote. “There is no problem, as long as there is no malice or deliberate maligning. Chinese cultural treasures are worth spreading all over the world.”

This is a form of vindication for the teenager at the center of the storm, Keziah Daum- who has stood by her fashion choice despite vicious harassment from the social media Offense Brigade.

Poor Keziah: all she did was post a photograph of herself that would cause any father – or prom date – to beam with pride…

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