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    No. Get a different host.

    No. Get a different host.
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    I can do it in the cpanel on my site...

    I can do it in the cpanel on my site (http://a.b.cfaj.ca).

    Ask your host how to do it.
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    Yes: fix the size displayed in the browser. If...

    Yes: fix the size displayed in the browser. If you change the page, you screw it up for everyone else.




    Never a good idea.
  4. Thread: div problem

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    If you don't give a DIV (or any block-level...

    If you don't give a DIV (or any block-level element) a width, it will use the full width of its container.
  5. HTML is not scripting; it is mark-up. HTML is...

    HTML is not scripting; it is mark-up.

    HTML is a simple mark-up language. CSS is a little more complicated, but not much.

    Yes, there are tools that write HTML and CSS for you, but they do not do...
  6. Thread: div problem

    by cfajohnson
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    Start by removing unnecessary markup; you have...

    Start by removing unnecessary markup; you have DIVs which include nothing but another DIV. Remove one of them.

    For example:


    <div id="content-wrapper">

    <div id="maintext">
    <div...
  7. Since you don't know how wide your viewers' ...

    Since you don't know how wide your viewers' windows will be, that will probably require JavaScript. Ask in a JS forum.
  8. Thread: HTML Editor

    by cfajohnson
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    I use GNU Emacs to edit HTML, CSS, PostScript and...

    I use GNU Emacs to edit HTML, CSS, PostScript and CGI scripts.

    I use ImageMagick to convert PS to GIF or PNG, GIMP to edit photographs and sometimes other graphics.
  9. Thread: page frames

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    Use side-by-side DIVs with "overflow: auto;"

    Use side-by-side DIVs with "overflow: auto;"
  10. Thread: Can I make

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    There can only be one HEAD element in a page (and...

    There can only be one HEAD element in a page (and the <HEAD> tag isn't necessary).

    The HEAD must include a TITLE. It can also include many other things, including JavaScript, a stylesheet (in a...
  11. Learn HTML and CSS and use a text editor to...

    Learn HTML and CSS and use a text editor to create your pages. (I like GNU Emacs, but use whatever you are comfortable with.)

    Use graphics software to deal with images. I use GIMP, ImageMagick,...
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    Use valid HTML and CSS, and it won't matter what...

    Use valid HTML and CSS, and it won't matter what OS the site is hosted on.
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    The first step is providing the HTML and CSS so...

    The first step is providing the HTML and CSS so that we can see what's going on. Preferably, post a URL.

    Before you do that, however, validate your HTML (http://validator.w3.org/) and correct any...
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    Then put it on the web so that we can see what...

    Then put it on the web so that we can see what you are talking about.
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    This will work in browsers that support the CSS3...

    This will work in browsers that support the CSS3 property, text-shadow: http://cfajohnson.com/testing/css.shtml




    Not without seeing the page. Please post a URL.
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    Why would you do that? The most-used browser...

    Why would you do that? The most-used browser doesn't understand XHTML and treats it as HTML.
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    Thanks. Here is an introduction to HTML that I...

    Thanks.

    Here is an introduction to HTML that I had forgotten about: http://www.w3.org/MarkUp/Guide/Overview.html

    It has a link to a more advanced guide.

    Also:...
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    That is actually a very hard question! :( Many...

    That is actually a very hard question! :(

    Many people recommend http://htmldog.com/. If you use that, disregard the XHTML, and use HTML.

    Use the HTML specification at...
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    While many of the errors would disappear if the...

    While many of the errors would disappear if the first one were fixed, there are several HTML errors.




    No they are not spot on. They use transitional HTML, which should only be used for making...
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    Unfortunately, it doesn't teach valid HTML. ...

    Unfortunately, it doesn't teach valid HTML.

    And I would not recommend learning from anyone who produces a page with 40 errors and which looks like this: http://cfajohnson.com/testing/pagetutor.jpg
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    http://www.w3.org/TR/CSS21/propidx.html

    http://www.w3.org/TR/CSS21/propidx.html
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    a { color: white; } a:visited { color: #eee; }...

    a { color: white; }
    a:visited { color: #eee; }
    a:hover { color: red; }
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    Text links don't have a border, so of course it's...

    Text links don't have a border, so of course it's not going to do anything.
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    border: none; Or: border: 0;

    border: none;


    Or:



    border: 0;
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    There is no reason to use units with 0; 0px is...

    There is no reason to use units with 0; 0px is the same as 0em or 0miles.
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