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  1. moberemk

    Side Box

    The username/password combination you gave doesn't work. But if you want them side-by-side, try making the widths 49% each and floating them both left-see if that helps.
  2. By "Resource Hog" the meaning is that the images and content everywhere make for a huge page that will take a long time and a lot of server bandwidth to load. http://www.websiteoptimization.com/services/analyze/wso.php?url=http://beastit.com/index2
  3. It says "We are the innovators". It's the only thing on the page, it reads like a big ego-stroking, and the garish green color gets on my nerves. The front page just makes me want to turn around and leave, frankly.
  4. Tables. Why? The site design feels overly glossy, has a ton of reflections, and really starts to feel over-the-top the top navigation just doesn't work (falling under the category of Mystery Meat Navigation. It's pretty, but it's not really a good design.
  5. Height 100% doesn't work in real-life situations. Try using the Faux Columns technique.
  6. moberemk

    Control Theming

    The best way would be to build up your own library; failing at that, http://blog.html.it/layoutgala/ could be a good way to start out on layout styles.
  7. If you auto-generate a web page, I want to be able to get down straight to the code if I feel it is necessary. Just take a look at Dreamweaver-if you can have more features than it does, then I will convert.
  8. Off the top of my head, I can't think of any Javascript scripts that would do that; Flash seems to be the easiest option for it, if you can figure out how to get the dynamic data in; failing at that, you may want to look at what they do on TV.com or Gamespot.com; their featured articles on the front page is very similar to what you seek.
  9. 560 to 46? Okay, see, that's just plain scary. Where exactly did you get all the bloat from?
  10. Yeah, that looks much better; and I dig the featured homes display. Will that be done in Javascript or Flash?
  11. Infinite customization. The ability to modify every little bit of the application.
  12. Looks good! My only problem is with the way that the arrow in the main menu jumps so much-it becomes a distraction. As for the featured properties, maybe they should rotate among a short list, fading in three and fading out three.
  13. Well, you close the code with [/url] instead of </a>, which if it is in the actual code will cause problems. Failing at that, have you checked the case of both the CSS and the HTML? That makes a difference. Also, try setting an actual font size insteal of just smaller; maybe that will help.
  14. That's the way it's supposed to work-the float command detaches the element from the document structure, making it so that it doesn't have to obey the order in the source code. And yes, it is normal for that to happen.
  15. Generally what this means is that the database you're trying to access is blocked off from people logging on from off the server-you'll have to set up a local test server to work with the database, as your host isn't letting you access it directly.
  16. Think of it this way-box 2 is the one that is being floated right FIRST in order of the code, and box three is being floated after box 1, meaning that it ends up in the middle. To see more clearly what happens when code is floated right, make an <ol> element and have all the <li>'s floated right-that's a clear demonstration of this property at work.
  17. Well, it does increase width ACCORDING TO W3C SPECIFICATIONS. However, in IE, it doesn't do that, meaning that it will only be 500px wide in those. And you're welcome.
  18. Simple enough. When you add padding, you make the box bigger to accomodate the padding, right? so basically, your blockquote box is 560px (500+30+30) whereas your code box is 535 (500+5+30). Try copying and pasting the padding for the boxes so that they're identical.
  19. You misspelled blockquote as blockuote. It's the silly mistakes like this that really bug me, like saying wrapper #content and leaving out the id #.
  20. http://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/validator?profile=css2&warning=2&uri=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.brugbart.dk%2F Generally, if you can get this to be completely valid code, then it should work.
  21. Hmm... you may have a point there. I still disagree with the hiding though-either don't hide it or make the registration form a separate page.
  22. Ahh, now I see it. It might be because you've aligned the whole thing with float: left;. Try using http://www.alistapart.com/articles/holygrail/ for an example on fixing your code.
  23. Why would you do that though? Hiding it seems pretty pointless. You should just make that a login form and move the registration to another page entirely.
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