Couple of CSS questions
bit of a newcomer to web building, and having now finished a site which is xhtml transitional validated (except for the <embed> on the first page for the embedded .rm file... which from what i've seen around the net, is insurmountable).
But I have a couple of questions which are baffling me. Here is a link to the home page:
1) For some reason, on IE, the site is aligned to the left hand side, whereas on NN and Mozilla it is centred, as it should be according to the CSS script. Any reason why?
2) At the bottom, on the bottom bar, I have some logo images, which i would like centered in the bottom bar along with the text, but can't for the life of me figure out how.
Any help, advice, pointers, etc, gratefully appreciated.
Your first question - you have to remove the xml declaration from the top of your page. It throws IE into quirks mode - you need to have the DTD at the very top of your page for IE to run in what it sees as being standards mode.
I don't think you really want to have that menu fixed on the left - most people won't be able to see it all unless they're in full-screen mode...
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