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  1. For the first one, just do this: .something td {} .something th{}
  2. Instead of working with the display attribute, try switching the visibility attribute instead. See if that does anything.
  3. Sorry if I said it in the wrong way. What I meant to say was that I thought that maybe IE didn't support it, given how often that seems to happen.
  4. Actually, it will display stuff other then the little gold icon, but only if it is code that it understands. In later versions (MX 2004 and higher) it will display the include file as though it were in the page, though you can't edit any of it.
  5. Simple. IE doesn't support vertical-alignment, most likely. Why? Because IE is bad with CSS.
  6. Can you give us the CSS for positioning the progress loader? That might help.
  7. What's up with your page stretching the entirety of the window and then some? In Firefox 1.5 1280x1024, the page just keeps going down for a while even though it's only whitespace.
  8. Actually, no, you can't resize background images until CSS3. However, to make it work, you'll need Javascript code, which I don't know how to write. There is a posibility that making the image have a 100% width and height and moving it behind all the other images might work (would require setting all the image div's to absolute/relative positioning though).
  9. Make the include files PHP files. See if that helps. And also, it helps if you include your version-it can help find version-specific hiccups.
  10. Is the testing server where you store all your files? If it is, then don't bother inputting any settings aside from a server model and a connection.
  11. Just focusing on the header image, two things: one, get a new skyscraper image, definitely, and have it literally stick out of the box all the way to the top. Two, move the word "guide" off of the skyscraper-it happens to be hard to read.
  12. Then upgrade to DW8. Valid XHTML and PHP formatting. Isn't that expensive either. Besides, some people just don't have the time or want to learn an entire language. Besides, this is the Dreamweaver Help forums. If your help is to say "get rid of Dreamweaver" then please, find another forum for it. If you want to help people fix their problems with Dreamweaver, then please do so. Not to insult you or start an argument or anything, just saying what I think. As for the locked code, again, just putting the whole thing into a brand-new page should do the trick.
  13. [ol type=\'1\'][*]Create a PHP-generated image[*]Make the t-shirt the background of a div the size of your t-shirt image, then use padding and margins to set it to go where you want it to go[/ol]
  14. moberemk

    CSS bug

    Of course it isn't. Your using the float property to align your menu, right? So therefore, it becomes detached from the page structure, and the content flows around the box, but the box itself doesn't. To fix that, there is probably an easier way, but [a href=\"http://www.meyerweb.com/eric/css/edge/boxpunch/demo.html\" target=\"_blank\"]here's[/a] an example that I tend to look to. Love to see an easier one though.
  15. I've been using Dreamweaver for PHP code for a long time, and it's always worked for me. There's no reason to entirely drop Dreamweaver because of one little error. Instead, just re-create the page-it isn't that big. See if that helps.
  16. What's the version #? I think that maybe your version is corrupted somehow in that section of the code. Try going to Macromedia's website and downloading the installation files again, then re-installing.
  17. [code]position: relative;[/code] This will detach your image from the text and let it float over, while still allowing for positioning relative to your parent element.
  18. moberemk

    firefox <> IE

    [!--quoteo(post=362015:date=Apr 5 2006, 02:43 PM:name=txmedic03)--][div class=\'quotetop\']QUOTE(txmedic03 @ Apr 5 2006, 02:43 PM) [snapback]362015[/snapback][/div][div class=\'quotemain\'][!--quotec--] border-width: 0; [/quote] Um... what was the point of that post? That's already been posted.
  19. Try re-downloading and re-installing Dreamweaver. That should help somewhat.
  20. moberemk

    firefox <> IE

    Instead of all that, just use [!--fonto:Lucida Console--][span style=\"font-family:Lucida Console\"][!--/fonto--]border: none;[!--fontc--][/span][!--/fontc--]
  21. Another, probably better way of doing it, would be to use the (.) selector and create a class that you can use over and over again.
  22. Aside from your password, what is your connection information? Is this a local server, or a remote one? Because if it's a remote server, then the odds are good that you cannot access it outside of that server.
  23. It is, if you use a descending selector. Just use the parent element, (#element, .element) and then put in a:whatever. Like this: #element a:whatever.
  24. CSS - Cascading Style Sheets. They're files that you're supposed to use to style your webpages.
  25. Um... You both broke the laws of English, and you also made no sense. Can you be a little clearer please?
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