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July 21, 2006, 7:30 pm
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I've been working on a new site:
I have 2 problems:
1. The background colour on my links to the other pages spills over the
div that it's in - in FF, but it's okay in IE. What do I do to correct it?
2. On the home page I have a Subtitle div. This is reflected one way
on the home page where the contact is <p>, but becomes a different size
when there's an <a href...> in it. I've added a <p> before the <a href>
to make them the same, but that surely shouldn't be necessary. How can
I reduce the size of that line? When there's no text in it it's a nice
size, with text it becomes enlarged.
What do you think of the colour scheme?
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Re: CSS problem
You have 7 problems, actually. Kill every one of the
lines in your CSS file that says "width: 750 px;"
Allow things to adjust themselves to the size of the
Doesn't spill over in my FF, but the text needs padding. It's touching
the border of its container.
I'd say, "don't fight it." Let it adjust.
I like it.
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