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and I thought I had a lot, some of you have too many :P
Bumping this up to see if anyone else can help. Thanks guys :)
So you know why you want to make true thumbnails I will let you know. If you just resize the full images (dumbnailing) then the person has to load ALL the fullsized images and download time...
eh, vertical - horizontal, depends how you look at it :P to me the main menus are vertical to each other ;P
I use a .htc file to get the dropdown to work with IE.
hey guys, its been a while. I am making a site for a guy and am having trouble getting the dropdown menu to work in IE. I have used a dropdown menu before and it worked fine but i am having trouble...
Sounds like you are having trouble w/ links. I prefer to use relative links over exact links. since it is in the same folder you would use ./image.jpg If it was in the previous file then:...
I compressed it a bit and it looks fine to me. *attached*
I agree, your site looks good :) though im not sure i care for the mirrored menus
This is what I thought first off :)
I have noticed this often.
That it does.
the link describing how to do this can be found on ala
well... didnt read but a 1/4 of it but it was good. I did like #100:
well, all that i read was good, but that was the best :P
yea, it would have, but what is sad, is the amount of time...
This was not needed at all to say. It was also very immature.
the flash on both works for me (FF 1.0 on win2k)
For being one of your first, good job and glad to see you using css and no tables and all :D
One thing i noticed in your code was an absence of Headers. For instance you have:
From experience and observations I do not believe FF scolls the divs w/ overflow:auto w/ the mouse wheel so manual is how to go (gah! clicking ;P) It is not bad coding though :)
I run FF 1.0 on win2k and it happens once in a while. Not sure what is causing it though (its also only the first row that i showed that is doing it when it does as well)
I stand corrected. I just tested it and it does. What does not work in IE is the :before & :after pseudo-elements which i was confusing. Sorry bout that :)
so you're saying to design the site twice? that really isnt necessary at all.
he's asking if you have an address for where you have the code being used that you provided. This will allow ppl to see physically what is messing up. :)
i got firefox to do it for one of them after a while though i could not figure out why.
attached is what it looks like lavalamp
This command does not work on IE however (afaik)
:) thx ill have to read that ;P
have you read http://www.fu2k.org/alex/css/frames/ yet? I haven't read it all yet, but if you haven't it may help you.
um... could you point out to me where border-collapse: is even mentioned in w3.org? or somewhere. I know its not a part of CSS1 or CSS2 (at least i couldnt find it and havent heard of it) and i didnt...