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    Nah, you can get them. But only in Mozilla. They...

    Nah, you can get them. But only in Mozilla. They have some experimental CSS there you can use. It's part of the CSS3 specs but until they are finalised, the code is "unofficial". (Doesn't stop some...
  2. Thread: Mouseover Blur

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    It still don't work! (IE6 SP1 Windows XP SP2)

    It still don't work! (IE6 SP1 Windows XP SP2)
  3. Thread: correct?

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    Yeah I think that was in response to coding for...

    Yeah I think that was in response to coding for Netscape 4 when body didn't seem to be enough.
  4. Thread: Mouseover Blur

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    It don't work!

    It don't work!
  5. Thread: correct?

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    One of the reasons for using stylesheets is to...

    One of the reasons for using stylesheets is to cut back on repeated font declarations. There's no need to keep declaring the fonts, just use one of two methods below:
    * {font-family:Arial... etc...
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    Or this works too: td a {display: inline;...

    Or this works too:
    td a
    {display: inline;
    width: 200px;}
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    Yeah sorry about that, it was just a rough...

    Yeah sorry about that, it was just a rough markup. I believe the <title> tag is also required (oops).

    It might be better to stick with HTML4 and use a hack to supply IE with the correct code. I...
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    <!DOCTYPE html
    PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN"
    "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd">
    <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en">...
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    Height is not a valid attribute for table, tr or...

    Height is not a valid attribute for table, tr or td.

    You haven't specified any alternative fonts. If the user doesn't have Book Antiqua, they will get the default font their browser is set to. In...
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    Why are we debating what's valid when the guy is...

    Why are we debating what's valid when the guy is using deprecated tags like FONT and inline styles instead of CSS anyway? :)

    Divs can be inline too. Just add "display:inline;". I was going to do...
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    I got the solution! Drum roll....

    I got the solution! Drum roll....
    <table border="1">
    <tr>
    <td width="122"><a href="http://www.w3c.org"><div class="yeah">123</div></a></td>
    </tr>
    </table>
    Then put this in a separate...
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    The beauty of a pure-HTML approach is that if...

    The beauty of a pure-HTML approach is that if users have JavaScript turned off, they are still able to use the link. I just want to know why users will be clicking on blank cells though?:)
  13. Thread: set td margin

    by Hester
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    Well have you tried it? Did it work? BTW you...

    Well have you tried it? Did it work?

    BTW you can omit the pixels from the margin or any other CSS command when the value is zero. Eg:
    margin:0 0 0 5px;
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    Or you could just do this: ...

    Or you could just do this:
    <table border="1">
    <tr>
    <td><a href="http://www.w3c.org">&amp;nbsp;&amp;nbsp;&amp;nbsp;&amp;nbsp;</a></td>
    </tr>
    </table>Add a class to the link to hide the underline.
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    Then it must be the doctype. I know Netscape 6.2...

    Then it must be the doctype. I know Netscape 6.2 has a bug with certain types. Or it's the meta tags.
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    Isn't there supposed to be a FORM tag in there? ...

    Isn't there supposed to be a FORM tag in there?

    Works fine in Mozilla 1.4.
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    Have you tried applying the style via a...

    Have you tried applying the style via a stylesheet instead?
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    Perhaps on the 2nd page the content is already in...

    Perhaps on the 2nd page the content is already in the cache so the browser displays it? Sorry if I'm off the track there.
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    <div style="position:absolute; top:0px; left:0px; height:75px; width:100px; z-index:2;"><img src="myimage.gif" height="75" width="100" alt="Logo" /></div>
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    Maybe label is treated as an element that doesn't...

    Maybe label is treated as an element that doesn't fit with the normal document flow. Try wrapping it in a div.
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    Have you tried {white-space:pre;}? Or just add a...

    Have you tried {white-space:pre;}? Or just add a non-breaking space between each span!
  22. Yo, I gave you an example elsewhere. Remember we...

    Yo, I gave you an example elsewhere. Remember we used a div that was hidden in the screen stylesheet, but shown in the printer one? OK, let's do this:

    Make 3 divs on your page. Eg:
    <div...
  23. Perhaps he is on IE.:D

    Perhaps he is on IE.:D
  24. I think we have been here before. Use the same...

    I think we have been here before. Use the same trick for getting a header on the top of a page. You might want to think now about creating a layout that fits an A4 sheet of paper. You might have a...
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    Look here for many ways: ...

    Look here for many ways:

    http://centricle.com/ref/css/filters/
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