Hello everyone! Im having a problem setting up my webpage the way I want it. My Web Page
The way I have it layed out is how I want it but its not written right. What I want is to have the banner right where its at. And the left(palm trees) as my navigation area.The white area will be my Main page or where my navigation page will link me. Please keep in mind that I'm a beginner. Friends have told me to use frames but I want to have a seamless effect with the images(no borders). Can anyone help me. Thank you very much if you reply.
there is no reason for you to be using frames. Frames are not a model for accessabiity and they will cramp your ability to design. If you want a scroll bar use a div
<div style="overflow:auto; height:500px; width:500px;">this will create a box and the content will scroll when the content is bigger then the box</div>
The page looks ok on 1024x768 but when I change the settings to 800x600 it looks crowded. Is there a way to adjust the webpage so it adjusts to the different settings of a visitor?(so it wont look crowded at lower screen settings)
Originally posted by Jeramie The page looks ok on 1024x768 but when I change the settings to 800x600 it looks crowded. Is there a way to adjust the webpage so it adjusts to the different settings of a visitor?(so it wont look crowded at lower screen settings)
First off, get rid of the frames. They're not doing you any favors and will just be a bigger headache as the site grows.
You can reproduce this home page layout more effectively using one table (ducks the rocks from the CSS crowd).
That's all the code you'd need to do what you're attempting. Additionally, I strongly suggest modifying the size of your Banner.jpg image. It's far too wide for viewing by typical monitor settings. You'd do better to stay within 550-600 pixels wide with that image.
I wanted to meet interesting and stimulating people of an ancient culture...
I fixed mine, I noticed it was really messed up lol. I tured on the borders so that it would be visible http://quasi-ke.servebeer.com/hybrid.html
It is valid xhtml 1.1. Infact, I am going to take this one step further brb...
put the css in the head, just for the sake of putting it in the same file, you can greatly reduce the size by putting it in an external file and importing it. Also It is not centered. Sam, you are going to need to edit that last post :P. Even with a hybrid layout you can still utilize the ability to keep styles in an external file and greatly reduce bandwidth.
I gotta go so you can see the file in action at http://knights.europe.webmatrixhosting.net/hybrid.html since my comp will be off.
just thought I'd experiement:
776 Characters w/o spaces
859 Characters with spaces (though this was do to the nice tabbage)
631 Characters w/o spaces
661 Characters with spaces
corrected characters (I also edited my above post to include centering), Ergo the 5 characacter increase in my version
I would like to thank everyone for your help. I havent been online for a couple of days so it took me awhile to thank you guys. I'll have to try some of these scripts out. I'll let you know how it goes.