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Remember to clear your floats. :)
Benevolent indeed Bob. Now I'm scared.
Whilst the layout concept you provide is not complex, it is a time consuming project. Not only will it require being fully built, it will require testing. I suggest rather than offer a miserable...
For the question asked, I would go with BonRouge's method. IE will automatically stretch a fixed height element with an overflow of content. For a more browser compatible method, Mikepurvis has the...
Here you go. If I understood your problem correctly, I haev solved it. The attached document is valid XHTML 1.0 transitional and is tested on IE6.0, Opera 7.0 and Firefox 1.0 (Windows platform only)....
I would pay for Firefox simply to test Web sites for clients when the specification outlines Firefox as a required browser.
Remember people, classes can't override IDs.
As a whole I would try to keep all my CSS on an external Cascading Style Sheet and avoid nested styles. I say this because it is much easier to keep ontop of all your styles to stay in control of...
I am not 100% sure but I believe Macromedia Contribute 3 is purely acting as a CMS and I wouldn't say it had any major effects on a design or stylesheet.
Well if you get stuck on anything else...
z-index is a CSS property that comes with positioning such as position: absolute; that sets the order of an element often called the 'stack' order. The greater the number the higher in the stack...
9.3/10 will suit me great Sanim.
@fixit : I may add drop shadows later on, but for now - I am just concentrating on the technical side (admin/comments etc).
@Jona : One of my...
Why not use TextEdit? It is like Notepad, simple to use. Just click "Format" > "Make Plain Text" and you can start coding in HTML.
Remember to save the file as .html or .htm to make sure you can...
I agree. However, lack of creative-juice left has put me on a temp hold with that one at the mo.
Just redesigned, just wondered what you guys would think. If you find any bugs/broken links etc - just comment here telling me to get into line!
It doesn't work on places that use scales to judge whether a car is coming through. Unless you weigh a lot of course!
Mr. Bean tried that in the famous Bean series.
There is no such element. Try defining class selectors or id selectors to a <p> tag such as <p class="second"> ... </p>
Then use CSS to style each different <p> tag.
Your best bet would be to use the list-a-matic to create a navigation styled using CSS.
The links would be presented as an unordered list. Similar to below:
Using CSS. You can change the padding on certain elements. This hasn't been tested but see how it works.
Insert the following code within your <td>
The above would...
I am definatley in favour of cached CSS files over uncached tables. I heard something like this was going to happen anyway so let's wait and see eh?
Whilst this is not highly reccomended, it can be done to work in Internet Explorer.
Other browsers such as Mozilla Firefox or Safari can override the web page settings to enlarge text.
That is most unfortunate. Hopefully you will find the right job for yourself. And no, porn star is not included!
Smercer made my coffee taste bad this morning.
I love you Smercer, you tell me jokes!