I have a question.. How come without CSS, my links are white?? My codes don't even have anything to do with the active link color.. Even if I add CSS to my website, it won't change. Any ideas?
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A couple things, you REALLY need to reorganize your code so things like this don't happen again. Things like putting your one and only <style> tag within your <head> tag. You need to get rid of about half of your code and it will still look as good. And as always, validate it so there isn't things like two <body> tags within a HTML file.
In terms of validation, below is your <meta> tag for it, and you can pick your poison in terms of Doctypes by looking at the options at the Doctype link in my sig. Bookmark it and the link to W3C's validator. I have a feeling it's going to take you some time to weed through that mess.
Wow thanks for telling me that!! I forgot all about the CSS in my news.txt!!!! Another thing. I sorta got the layout from a website, and edited it a bit.. Could ya spend some time teling me how to make my codes shorter? If you don't mind.. That is..
I'm currently editing my menus so that it is easier to organize, and shorter. For the DIV, I do not know how to edit them... Thanks a TONS !!!
with your menu use a particular heading tag for your headings - either <h1> <h2> <h3> <h4> <h5> or <h6>. Then modify that in your css. e.g.
then remove all your font and span tags, replacing them with:
You can then reduce your links code to
+ <a href="news.txt">News Updates</a>
Now where you have
style="position: absolute; left: 380px; top: 240px; width: 100px; height: 200px;">
style="position: absolute; left: 0px; top: 0px; width: 100px; height: 200px;">
these are completely empty. I don't know if they're getting content later, but at the mo they're just taking up space.
that'll do to be getting on with - I don't know how much of that spufi covered in his pm (he said somewhere he was going to send one!!)
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No I hadn't sent them a PM yet. You covered the big changes, but I was wondering if that page actually had any PHP on it since the page had a php extension. Does PHP get converted over to look like it's respective HTML even when you save the page as a complete webpage(code, images, etc)? I'm pretty sure when you do a view source on a PHP page the actual PHP doesn't show up, but the results of the PHP. Here's another thing to add to your list of things to use in your CSS.
You have you greater/lesser than symbols in a <h1> tag which is a block level tag. This means that when the tag ends, the next tag normally begins on the next line. Below is something that should work better.