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    Then you need a different strategy. You should...

    Then you need a different strategy. You should give your clients two choices:

    The client draws his site, on paper or otherwise, or otherwise makes clear how their site should look. You should...
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    To be a successful designer you need both...

    To be a successful designer you need both artistic talent and technical know-how. And a few more things, such as knowing where/how to find clients.
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    I don't know what you mean with the last...

    I don't know what you mean with the last sentence, but here is a site with examples of modern designs: http://www.csselite.com/category/showcase.
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    They look like decent sites to me. What exactly...

    They look like decent sites to me. What exactly is your problem? Do you have a technical problem, or is it a matter of not having the inspiration that you would like to have?
  5. I don't know what is easier in your case, but...

    I don't know what is easier in your case, but there is an HTML alternative. Put this in the head:


    <meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=edge">
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    I don't have time to work that all out, but I do...

    I don't have time to work that all out, but I do have a tutorial for you.
  7. Thread: HTML Books

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    A very unfair critique, that on w3fools. If you...

    A very unfair critique, that on w3fools. If you have a site that is as immense as W3Schools, you're bound to find a number of errors and omissions. That's easy, with thousands of reviewers...
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    I would suggest http://w3schools.com and...

    I would suggest http://w3schools.com and http://htmldog.com. They offer live exercises that books cannot, and especially W3 Schools offers the most complete course you'll ever find.
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    That's contradictory, isn't it? And my code is a...

    That's contradictory, isn't it? And my code is a perfect horizontal menu, just like you asked. Just copy and paste the code in a empty document and see for yourself.


    Those matters all fall...
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    The main problem with your menu is the...

    The main problem with your menu is the display:inline. That makes that the <li>s are not longer susceptible to dimension declarations. And there are a few more problems, so I rewrote it entirely. I...
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    In addition to what Michael wrote, floats should...

    In addition to what Michael wrote, floats should either be sustained (:left or :right) or cleared (:left, :right or :both). There may never be an open end to a float. Use an empty div to clear the...
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    I'm afraid I'm extremely busy, but if all else...

    I'm afraid I'm extremely busy, but if all else fails and you have to redo your layout, put this in the head:

    <meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=EmulateIE7" />

    That will make IE7+...
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    Try this: http://css3pie.com/. Have fun!

    Try this: http://css3pie.com/. Have fun!
  14. A hack is not necessary. Just tell Safari en...

    A hack is not necessary. Just tell Safari en Chrome that the downloaded font is the normal font with regards to weight and style. Like so:



    @font-face {
    font-family: 'cv_circled';...
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    Then you might just as well remove the footer...

    Then you might just as well remove the footer altogether, because now it is hiding behind the contentContainer. Try putting some text in it and see for yourself.

    If an element gets an absolute...
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    "that those template systems use" should have...

    "that those template systems use" should have been: "that those template systems/Dreamweaver use(s)".
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    I don't know why the links don't work, but...

    I don't know why the links don't work, but probably it is some javascript (method) that those template systems use all the time and everywhere. Because it isn't due to the method I gave you, as...
  18. Proposed new sticky for the HTML and CSS forums

    Hi,

    People frequently post questions on the HTML and CSS forums with, for those who help out, a number of annoying omissions and habits. Omissions and habits that are not or only marginally...
  19. The browser in my picture has been resized. Just...

    The browser in my picture has been resized. Just look at the horizontal scrollbar, that is not there in its full-size state. I just made a precise screenshot cut-out. I can resize it all I want and...
  20. 1. Inline:

    1. Inline: <a href="path.ext" style="property:value">Link</a>. (You should know this by now.)
    2. Use divs when you should, use tables when that is called for. The number doesn't matter. However,...
  21. The link to that specific page is broken, but I...

    The link to that specific page is broken, but I guess the answer from most of use here would to: By using the manual/help options or by paying someone (else) to do it for you. This is a far too...
  22. You don't use external sheets for emails, because...

    You don't use external sheets for emails, because not all email clients can handle that. It is even suggested by the most fanatic div lovers to even use tables for make-up in emails, not divs.
  23. That's what they're doing right now:...

    That's what they're doing right now: http://prntscr.com/2stey. Tested in IE7, 8 and FF.
  24. This works in IE8+ (remove the compatability tag)...

    This works in IE8+ (remove the compatability tag) and the standards-compliant browsers, but not in IE6/7:



    <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN"
    ...
  25. "Jutting out into the next line" is a...

    "Jutting out into the next line" is a contradiction in terms. Should the <li>s wrap (continue on a new line if not enough width) or should they stay on one line while a horizontal scrollbar appears?
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