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heres a few tips to help you increase you loading time...also try reducing all of your images to 72 dpi and if you can use a low resolution thumbnail when possible.
Ahh... I see, thanks for that. Sometimes I just need a good smack in the face! lol...
You could technically remove that whole portion of the code to get rid of the outer layer,
if that is what you are describing...let me know.
I think I am following you... although I am a rather visual person, where in your site is this three table section (you've got a lot going on -on there) is it on your home page or another section?
Hey not a prob... it was actually easier for me to do the coding than try to explain it. Did that work out okay for you?
You could try using a "hack" if Opera is the only browser not reading your alignment properly. Which version of Opera is this that you are having trouble with?
A site where you can understand...
Sorry, I haven't had much time to look deeply into this.The problem is right here in your div's. If you need the specifics or the proper coding to clean up those two corners just let me know...
Do I need more redirect coding? I thought this would be sufficient, I just can't wrap my brain around why this isn't directing properly.
It seems that you have a lot of excess coding. Do you have this uploaded to a host yet so I can see it online? I think we can reduce the script a bunch as well as find the error in your nav script......
Bump. Hope its not obtuse, but after 80+ views one of you'se guys have got to have an answer for me. :o
I think you should follow this thread (or maybe its already solved your problem), same concept if you are matching the
Yep, It turned out to be 2x4 table, I threw in some bs images into this coding,
which wont work since they are coming off my desktop. Plug in the following coding... I cant say anything about the...
Yep, Try the tutorial... I'm not too savvy with Pear nor Centros but I did
find another resource which may help you.
Sorry I can't give you the direct root of the problem but check out this ...
I agree with Arthur in all respects...header, spacing, graphics, etc.
But not only is the glass company site in your portfolio EXTREMELY basic,
but the "Animal Care League" site is all out of...
Forgive the bad grammer...
LOL! I haven't since the night before last, I'm trying to get back onto a "normal" persons sleep pattern. :eek:
Okay, so let me understand more clearly... the rounded edges at the bottom of the box which contains 404 error?
It seems like the site is working fine as far as the coding goes when viewed ...
try taking out the IE hack from your coding, for starters to see if that is what is causing your problem
I think the way you have this set up if you does a table or 2 rows and 3 columns, or 4 if you really need it for you text for item 3 you should be able to make it work fine.
Could you explain exactly how you are trying to implement this code? I looked on your website, but couldnt see where you were trying to fit this into..
Here you go, I think this should work.
Don't know if you ran across this during your Google search,
it may or may not help, but its pretty straight forward
They should redirect to sub pages. (ie: primetran.com/newyork, primetran.com/quote and so on) after selection, the problem is they aren't
opening the new pages, they are selecting but no redirect....
I have been using NVU , it works pretty well and best of all its free.
Good for Windows or Mac. I have also heard of Taco Software which is like $25.00 but is only for Mac users.
I am being temporarily brain dead, I have a nav bar that I am using to direct to a few links. The goal is to have the page load onclick or mouseover but I'm missing something... I put a couple pages...