You have class="center block" src="your-source" class="img-circle" The problem is that you're declaring class twice which isn't how you include two classes. It's reading the "center-block" class and since no other classes are listed after it doesn't read your img-circle class
okay i see what you are saying its reading just one class not img circle class
@wilcombebolger To put it a bit simpler Instead of: <img class="center-block" src="src" class="img-circle"> Where you have class="stuff" twice, you want it: <img class="center block img-circle" src="src"> So that you're listing both classes that you want, but only declare class="stuff" once
okay let me have a quick recode and i will get back to you thank you
@wilcombebolger Close, but instead of having class="center-block" and class="img-circle" in separate class="stuff", combine it into ONE class="center-block img-circle" If you combine it into one with a space between the different classes, it'll read it correctly
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@aagussn What do you mean?
Hi, I have a jquery question - maybe someone can help. I want to append a div, with a paragraph and give this paragraph a class at the same time. What's a good way to do it? I have `$("#myDivID").append("<p>" + title + "</p>");` so far.
And $("#myDivID").append("<p class="myClass">" + title + "</p>"); won't work.
@hea-hea Use single quotes around myClass
@sjames1958gm right, a simple thing :)) thanks!
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