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    Move the map off the artboard. When your...

    Move the map off the artboard. When your exporting make sure use art boards is checked. This will export only objects within the borders of the artboard
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    The side bar just appeared as one line in a light...

    The side bar just appeared as one line in a light color for me.
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    What browser are you using. Looks fine in firefox

    What browser are you using. Looks fine in firefox
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    Hmm. that code worked fine for me. oh well as...

    Hmm. that code worked fine for me. oh well as long as it's working. glad to help
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    Try this. div.menu { FONT-WEIGHT: bolder;...

    Try this.
    div.menu
    {
    FONT-WEIGHT: bolder;
    FONT-SIZE: x-large;
    TEXT-ALIGN: none;
    FONT-VARIANT: normal;
    TEXT-DECORATION: none;
    float: left;
    padding-top: 30px;
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    I understand its a template but why do you have...

    I understand its a template but why do you have four #footer defined in css?
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    Yeah I was looking at it. It has to be something...

    Yeah I was looking at it. It has to be something in the css thats messing it up.

    Im just a student and not a pro. but is there any reason why you have so many id's with the same name?
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    try this

    try this

    <span class="home-tab"><a href="index.html">Home</a> | <a href="index.html">Home2</a> | <a href="index.html">Home3</a></span>

    add this to your css
    #footer a{color:#3d372f; ...
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    It has something to do with your css. trying to...

    It has something to do with your css. trying to figure it out now...
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    Home |...

    <a class="home-tab" href="index.html">Home</a> | <a class="home-tab" href="index.html">Home2</a> | <a class="home-tab" href="index.html">Home3</a>

    this code should produce the results you want....
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    Just re-read your post. maybe I initally...

    Just re-read your post. maybe I initally misunderstood. You want Home to be on the same line as Assurance Merchant Solutions?

    if so just move your <p> tag and put it before the <a class="home-tab"...
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    What is do is enclose each link within a span...

    What is do is enclose each link within a span tag. Spacing can be adjusted with padding via css.

    <span><a href="index.html">Home</a></span>
    <span><a href="page2.html">Page 2</a></span>
    <span><a...
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    Read the error log and it tells you what is wrong...

    Read the error log and it tells you what is wrong with it.


    <form action="#">
    <p>Fist Name: <input type="text" name="First Name"> <br>
    Last Name: <input type="text" name="Last...
  14. Thread: <img> in <div>

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    Yes if you just have

    Yes if you just have

    <div style="background-color:#96A6FE">
    <br />
    <img src="Photo.jpg" width="147" height="196" />
    <br />
    </div>

    The div will extend the height of the photo.
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    <img src="Photo.jpg" width="147" height="196" align="left">

    the align="left" is deprecated
    remove that and add a /
    so it looks like this
    <img src="Photo.jpg" width="147" height="196" />

    But...
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    paste the code from the beginning of the first...

    paste the code from the beginning of the first div to the end of the second div and the css code for the menu class and any other classes used in that section of code.

    reason I need to see the...
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    Is the second div floating? you may need to add a...

    Is the second div floating? you may need to add a clear: both; to your css for that div.

    helps to see the code.
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    In your navigation div just remove the html you...

    In your navigation div just remove the html you have and replace it with the html for your drop down menu you created.

    You only need to include everything within the body tag. Also you need to...
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    That is just specific to your browser window. And...

    That is just specific to your browser window. And each browser may use a slightly different script type font and size.

    And it will be different for every user. I may not have script as my default...
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    Looks like it is working now

    Looks like it is working now
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    any reason why you are using absolute positioning...

    any reason why you are using absolute positioning so much?

    You need to put a container div around everything.
    give the div a set width and center it
    get rid of all that absolute positioning.
    ...
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    so you want to make just a grid? here is a tut...

    so you want to make just a grid? here is a tut that goes into it

    http://www.republicofcode.com/tutorials/photoshop/video_grid/
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    The code is fine. There has to be something wrong...

    The code is fine. There has to be something wrong with the image file itself. Perhaps it is corrupted..

    If you replace 4.jpg with say 5.jpg it should load the background. so the only plausible...
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    well you box2 id specifies the div width at...

    well you box2 id specifies the div width at 200px. so no matter how big you make your browser your box2 div will remain at 200px.

    And its usually better to have non moving objects on a page with...
  25. Thread: Image Theives

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    Watermarking can be done fairly easy if you or...

    Watermarking can be done fairly easy if you or your friend has photoshop.

    Here is what you do.

    Create an new folder where your watermarked images will be located at.

    Open photoshop. If...
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