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- Re: Help with CSS layout in Netscape and IE
May 21, 2004, 10:02 pm
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use % for font sizes and use 100 of them. if i wanted my fonts 20%
smaller than my preferred size so i couldn't read the text i would do it
· there is no 'text-size' property in css.
· <div id="header"><img src="images/header3.jpg"...
should be <h1><img src="images/header3.jpg" ...</h1>
· all the <img src="images/services_header.jpg"... /> type graphics
should be in header elements:
<h2><img src="images/services_header.jpg" ...></h2>
· your dtd is html not xhtml so drop the '/' from the end of your <img>
i cant see a transparent border
float removes elements from the normal flow
the quickest fix would be adding 'min-height' to #maincontent large
enough to extend below the floated elements. as you have no way of
knowing the font size the visitor is using make sure the min-height is
large enough to accommodate a reasonable variation in the font size.
probably something around 600px.
b r u c i e
Re: Help with CSS layout in Netscape and IE
also, if you move back to the older "<table><td><tr>" coding to present
boxes, the cells generated will expand vertically to accommodate txt when
being squeezed horizontally; i.e., they are more 'liquid' and have no
overflow outside the box.
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