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    Re: Beginner needing help

    It would seem the simplest way would be to rename products.html to index.html and put it in a subdirectory named /products. Then change the links on your other pages to reflect the new location.
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    Re: DIV not affect horizonal scroll

    In that case, it's easy to place an absolutely positioned div outside your container.

    Just change:


    <div id="container">

    to
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    Re: DIV not affect horizonal scroll

    I'm still not sure what you want, exactly. But take a look at this and tell me if it's something like you had in mind.

    http://tinimi.com/for_others/TiGGi/MensHealth_rev.htm

    You can get by with...
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    Re: Do it yourself web design template

    Here's the best on I have found. It leaves infinite possibilities for creativity.


    <html>
    <head>
    <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8">
    <title>Untitled...
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    Re: tabindex not working correctly

    Take a look at http://www.w3.org/TR/WCAG20-TECHS/H4

    Should answer most of your questions.
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    That's the way it should look.

    That's the way it should look.
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    Re: DIV not affect horizonal scroll

    Can you post a link to the current page? It's almost impossible to post a solution without a reference layout.
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    Sounds like you're not switching between html and...

    Sounds like you're not switching between html and css properties in the property bar.
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    Re: Creating sidebar

    Here is a very basic menu with one level of submenu. The markup is heavily commented and should be self explanatory. You should get the basic idea. You can also search for "CSS menu with submenus"...
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    You can use JavaScript to include HTML into any...

    You can use JavaScript to include HTML into any page on your website. This has the advantage of not requiring server-level programming. But it's a little more complicated than the server-level...
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    Use a background image for your selected tab

    You have to have a background image for your selected tab to cover the border of your main content.


    #tabs #selected {
    background: url(../images/main_background.gif);
    position: relative;...
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    put this in your CSS #charts div { display:...

    put this in your CSS


    #charts div {
    display: inline;
    }

    This will handle any divs inside your #charts div.
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    In your CSS declarations: #NSFDiv, #POPDiv {...

    In your CSS declarations:


    #NSFDiv, #POPDiv {
    display: inline;
    }
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    Simply enclose the table in a div. Say you...

    Simply enclose the table in a div.

    Say you give your div has an id of #display.

    then useable css would be:


    #display {
    width: 45%;
    height: 500px;
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    One more minor error in your CSS: html, body {...

    One more minor error in your CSS:

    html, body {
    margin:30px 0 0 0;
    padding:0;
    text-align:center;
    height:100&#37;;
    background-color:#666;
    }
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    Re: IE7 positioning problem

    I'm new to Web design, but I did find some errors (minor and didn't have any effect on the problem), and I did change the positioning of your #wrapper and #up.menu to get it basically working. ...
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