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“I like the right-aligned footers of each post: the Share links, the comments links and the Posted by, etc.”
“The layout is clean and I agree the right-aligned footers work very well - the eye tracks nicely across the articles.”
“I think I like the first one better, though it always annoyed me the way that Debo omitted articles in her poems – I felt that language worked better with the natural bounce of language as it was spoken – but I did like the way that she put the titles, right-aligned, at the end of her poems, like punchlines and revelations all at once.”
“Personally, I seldom see right-aligned headers in manuscripts; the only place I see them regularly is in a contest that I judge that actually requires them to be on the right.”
“But today most manuscripts come in with right-aligned headers.”
“Afrikaner Volksfront leader Gen Constand Viljoen on Tuesday said he seriously doubted whether many right-aligned soldiers would be willing to collaborate with the Government in its efforts to suppress "their own people".”
“In this etext, the same topic phrases can be found right-aligned above the paragraph that begins that topic.”
“If you pull every lever and push every button, you may end with the title text, in a Comic Sans, right-aligned, in pink lettering, with avocado-green background and a red border.”
“Again we see the benefit of reducing the page to basic shapes as it becomes immediately apparent that the navigation links are somewhat awkwardly positioned (neither center-aligned nor right-aligned but somewhere in between).”
“The tip name is at the same level as the tip title, but right-aligned at the right margin.”
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