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September 9, 2005, 10:17 pm
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I'm having trouble with this- with my computer (testing with the latest
versions of IE, Netscape and Firefox) the disclaimer text is viewable and
readable, but I am getting reports that the text is out of the box entirely
and hard to read on other systems.
The text is put in using layers and clipping with Adobe GoLive CS- I've used
tables converted to layout grids to have the background images in place.
Since I can't see the problem from here, I'm not sure how I should go about
fixing it. Anyone out there about to check it out and give any advice?
This is an adult site, so please adults only and such. Thanks so much!
The problem is at www.melodeebliss.net
Re: Help Needed- Flash affecting layer positioning? (Adult Site)
Lemme guess, you are using 1024x768 resolution with browser window
maximized. Try to change your browser window size to something else and you
should see the issues. Also change screen resolution to see problems.
Code of page is unbelievable bloated mess for this simple layout that is
static. Layout could be easily made fluid and it would only fraction of a
HTML used currently.
Besides that, you should maybe validate your HTML (and CSS too) with
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