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    I appreciate your guys's responses, but neither...

    I appreciate your guys's responses, but neither will work.
    1) I never use JavaScript--it's a personal preference thing, since I myself always block it.
    2) I can't use absolute positioning, because...
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    I thought I'd add that I'm almost done. A great...

    I thought I'd add that I'm almost done. A great fella on a different forum pointed out my own foolish mistake. I forgot to give #container its own height:100%; attribute, which is why the children...
  3. FIN23 is correct. While you can always have a...

    FIN23 is correct. While you can always have a dynamic layout suitable for both resolutions, once you add images, everything gets a bit messy. You can't change the size of a background image--only an...
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    I see.... Well, Retrograffica, the problem is...

    I see....

    Well, Retrograffica, the problem is that I've already added those bits, but to no avail. And that's what confuses me--I've seen so many sites claiming to solve my problem, yet the all...
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    What I meant is that if I were to remove the...

    What I meant is that if I were to remove the doctype, everything functions properly. I designed it with a doctype but know that without one, it would function properly (even in IE's quirks mode).
    ...
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    Height: 100%; (cross-browser issues)

    Ultimate Goal: Get the footer to remain at the bottom of the window (when the content is less than 100% of the window's height) or page (when content exceeds 100% of window's height, so that it will...
  7. For IE, you could link a stylesheet inside...

    For IE, you could link a stylesheet inside conditional comments that only IE will read, like this:

    <![if !IE]> do something <![endif]>


    Unfortunately you can't target Firefox (or any other...
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    Well thanks for your help anyway. I'll have to...

    Well thanks for your help anyway. I'll have to find an alternate way of keeping the copyright at the bottom.

    In the end I was trying to find a way to make the filler div expand vertically they way...
  9. Thread: Gap in IE.

    by Juparis
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    Remove the extra space in there. IE interprets...

    Remove the extra space in there. IE interprets the line breaks in your code as actual breaks in the page. Usually it only affects tables, but I've had it happen to me with divs.
    Hopefully you won't...
  10. Thread: input style

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    You cannot detect that sort of thing with...

    You cannot detect that sort of thing with HTML/CSS alone. You'd need a server-side language, and even then I wouldn't know where to start detecting each input tag... It'll be a hassle either way.
    ...
  11. On the site you listed, they used a full (or...

    On the site you listed, they used a full (or partial?) circle of cameras, and just took a picture from all of them simultaneously. Each image is just flashed by in their Flash program to make the...
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    The Little Guy is right, however I'd warn that...

    The Little Guy is right, however I'd warn that some people now disable JavaScript, so your marquee wouldn't work at all in those browsers. (It kinda plays along with people's fear of losing their...
  13. Thread: input style

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    You can't widen the actual checkbox. Are you...

    You can't widen the actual checkbox. Are you looking for a 400px wide checkmark, or what?
    The input tag is stretching the 400px, however the actual checkbox cannot be stretched. So it's being...
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    In you second code sample--is that two classes I...

    In you second code sample--is that two classes I see?
    "table.content_table.my_table"

    Using "table.content_table table" will set the attributes for any table inside the first .content_table. If...
  15. Thread: Css

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    http://www.w3schools.com/css/ Just try...

    http://www.w3schools.com/css/

    Just try different online tutorials and see what you get. If you ever run into a problem, you can always post it here. To answer the question, CSS is just like...
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    Actually, something just came to mind: I'd...

    Actually, something just came to mind:

    I'd like to keep the copyright div inside the content div, but I need a div to fill in the extra space. The problem is that whenever I use a height of 100%...
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    I mispoke (or.. mis-typed?).. I intended that...

    I mispoke (or.. mis-typed?)..
    I intended that the copyright div remain in the base div; that the background of the base div would fill the copyright div. After adding the images, it would appear to...
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    I thank you, ewallace, for your help....

    I thank you, ewallace, for your help.
    Ironically, nothing really worked, except for your second suggestion, however I was looking for something else...

    The first problem, I discovered, was caused...
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    DIV/CSS Layout - Misalignment/Gaps

    Greetings, everyone!
    Once more I am in desperate need of your assistance. Any and all help is greatly appreciated!

    Ok, so here's the problemed page. You'll notice that it's full of colors, but no...
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    Solution Found At long last, I found the...

    Solution Found

    At long last, I found the solution to this extra space! I don't know why I hadn't thought of it sooner! It's so simple!

    So, for future reference I added "overflow: hidden;" in...
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    Sorry for not explaining myself further... To...

    Sorry for not explaining myself further...

    To start off, I just gave up trying to get the overlapping look--setting the subMenus to the side is much more easier than trying to keep them above all...
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    I haven't been able to look at all those pages,...

    I haven't been able to look at all those pages, but the extra space appears whenever you put your cursor over a link with a subMenu. Z-indexes were defined, yes, but the problem still persists.
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    CSS Rollovers/subMenu conflict

    I'm trying to develop a site with a navigation menu that does both of the following upon hovering:
    1) Rolls the images, using CSS instead of JavaScript
    2) Displays a subMenu, with more options......
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    You'd have to set the image as a background of...

    You'd have to set the image as a background of the div itself, which can stretch the full width of the page...

    But in your styles for the div, add this:
    background-repeat: repeat-x;

    Example:
    ...
  25. Thread: Avatars

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    A very nice one, at that! :D

    A very nice one, at that! :D
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