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    Being at work and not being able to go through...

    Being at work and not being able to go through all your code and look at it in different browsers the first thing that comes to mind is using resets. Resetting margins inherited from other elements...
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    I'm a bit rusty at this but seems your loops...

    I'm a bit rusty at this but seems your loops conidition is to run while the varible row is equal to the amount of rows. This would then never enter the loop.
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    quite positive it would be in style.css

    quite positive it would be in style.css
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    otherwise it just seems like theres too much for...

    otherwise it just seems like theres too much for the button so making the text smaller or bigger and using align center for the box to position the text in the middle
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    If the text actually isnt too big how about...

    If the text actually isnt too big how about positioning it absolute in relation to the button then playing with top and left untill its positioned to your liking.
  6. Thread: Any ideas

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    You have 100% on like 12 different things. Why...

    You have 100% on like 12 different things. Why not just make a page-wrap for the content and make that min 100%
  7. Thread: Div Stretching

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    Take out all the positioning and use margin for...

    Take out all the positioning and use margin for the inner instead of left and top
  8. Thread: Div Stretching

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    Is there more divs inside the div.content then...

    Is there more divs inside the div.content then inner and outer? if not you dont need.

    Anyways, you don't need any positioning there.
  9. Thread: Div Stretching

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    The absolute positioning on the inner div is...

    The absolute positioning on the inner div is whats causing the problem
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    Whoops, misread that. thought those two were divs...

    Whoops, misread that. thought those two were divs inside a div.

    Do you have any unreset floats? because that could be what's causing the problem
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    If you know one div is going to be longer than...

    If you know one div is going to be longer than the other then you can add a height of 100% to the smaller one
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    I would center the content of your page to the...

    I would center the content of your page to the browser window.
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    I agree with the amount of clicks. In your...

    I agree with the amount of clicks. In your products page since there isnt too many I'd suggest putting everything on one page under their respective headers.

    I'm not sure I like having visited...
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    Indeed, I would make a height and set overflow to...

    Indeed, I would make a height and set overflow to hidden. I'd start with a figure around your line height and adjust until your happy with how it looks.
  15. you could also make the menu lists position...

    you could also make the menu lists position relative make the arrow within a inline element like <em> for instance and make the <em> position: absolute; . You can then simply position it whever your...
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