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  1. Either use an iframe or a descending selector. Try using div#includedfiledivid a:whatever to set the link color in it.
  2. The rainbow text is very 1995, that's for sure. It is also very simple-maybe something a little more, I don't know, complex? You only have 2 pages, one of which shows only whether or not the FTP server is online. Okay, whatever. Why should I care?
  3. [a href=\"http://www.alistapart.com/articles/holygrail/\" target=\"_blank\"]http://www.alistapart.com/articles/holygrail/[/a] That should give you a hint. In the future, we will be able to use display: table-cell; to do that, but not just yet.
  4. Hey, no problem. I like the layout, but your yellow hover background in the menu doesn't look very good. Maybe just a link color change would be better?
  5. It does it in Firefox, any resolution, when you hover over it.
  6. Try changing your stylesheet from absolutes to floats, like this: [code] #rightmenu {     float: right;     width: 180px;     top: 200px; }[/code] After that, your menu will go down to the bottom of the page. To fix that, add a margin-right property to your blog content, or a padding-left property to your blog wrapper.
  7. -moz-border-radius: is the command to get rounded corners on Mozilla browsers. However, it doesn't work in other stuff, it doesn't validate, and it doesn't look very good.
  8. Just give the image a float: left; property.
  9. In CSS3, there is the border-radius: command will let you do it. Outside of that, no, images only.
  10. moberemk

    sub menu

    Just add a negative margin to the left of your ul tags to bring them into line.
  11. What's your DOCTYPE? If you're using XHTML, then it won't work, becuase that attribute isn't specified as part of the XHTML spec.
  12. Personally, I find it much easier to just use a DB management tool, like PHPMyAdmin. commands like that become hideously confusing.
  13. MySpace is ColdFusion powered, not PHP. Can't be done, period.
  14. Your FCKeditor looks good and works, but you might want to try editing the CSS code to control the editor style. Maybe make it look more like a part of your website, basically.
  15. Ooh... Now I feel like a moron. Thanks for pointing that out.
  16. Just use this CSS code: fieldset { css here } and legend { css here }. Put in your code to re-create it, and it works!
  17. But he isn't asking for popups. He's looking for a menu hover. The problem with your solution is that, as soon as you stop hovering over the box (say, to click a link inside) it vanishes because of the gap between the content pane and the button. You would need to have the two objects become practically the same for this to work.
  18. Maybe it's just that I'm not even close to being in your target audience, but I really don't like what you've done. The splotchy look of it just doesn't work very well. But for the look, I'm not very helpful. For the code and stuff, I can help you a lot. You have WAY too much image text. What did you do, create a design in photoshop and just export it from there? For accessibility, it just doesn't work well. If you have a long blob of text, then type it in. It's not like using any of those splotchy fonts you seem to favor will make it look any better. Maybe it's just that I really hate image text. Your code is another thing. No DTD? That' just begging for trouble from Microsoft, for whom you seem to have way too many hacks for in your code. Ever considered that your Microsoft troubles come from the lack of a document type? Basically, your code is horrible to try to read.
  19. Just keep the main colors that you're going to use in most of the site as you normally would and then for the other side, just add another selector before the a:whatever declaration. That will make it so the style will only apply to links within things of that type, I.E. div#left a:link { stylehere }.
  20. 1st question: td:hover pseudoclass. Only works in anything but IE though. 2nd question: set the <a> tag to display as a block and use it to surround everything in the cell.
  21. What does it say in the readme? We can't help you with third-party programs like that-you'll need to move this to the third-party programs forum.
  22. Firefox probably doesn't support linking stylesheets that end with anything other then .css. You might want to include style.php in your header as a <style> tag instead.
  23. Just create a data binding in the application panel of Dreamweaver with a URL parameter identical to that of your form field's name. Bind the default text of the form field to that. As for your form on the first page, set it to GET.
  24. PLEASE don't double-post. It clutters up the forum, and makes it hard to choose which thread to reply to. That being said, try Tom Muck's [a href=\"http://www.tom-muck.com/extensions/help/sortrepeatregion/\" target=\"_blank\"]Sort Repeat Region[/a] extension. It costs a bit though.
  25. Sorry, but there is no way to do that completely with CSS, as far as I know. You'll just have to use a few lines of Javascript.
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