john wrote: I know it may be unnecessary, but I'd like to put a hover on them anyway. Try as I might to understand the CSS better, it's still unclear to me how to properly put a hover on the thumbnails. I've tried so many things that it's a jumble in my mind now...but it seems like if I
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Thanks a lot russ! Can I ask you (all) what do you think about my site? The address is www.itgmarinoni.it . I like it, but my Opera doesn't. :-) Think there's a missing min-width somewhere, since the background on the right column is pushed to the left on narrow windows.
Zachary Hopkins wrote: I've recently been fascinated by round boxes on pages. I will have to wait for CSS3 to be officially released and then adopted before I can use the border-radius feature. Or you can cheat a little while waiting for CSS3: http://www.gunlaug.no/homesite/main_6_xv.html ...
designer wrote: What exactly is the position? Opera's zoom-feature is nice - and useful, but comes more as an addition provided in that browser. IE6 can also zoom pages, but not that user-friendly. We may want browsers to have useful features like this, but that's not what we want first and most
Joey wrote: Is it really that difficult to create a simple 2 column layout in CSS? Im beggining to doubt CSS if this is the case. All i need is a 2 column layout with each column being 50% and when u stretch the browser each column increases (but both stay at 50%) Here is a table version of
Patrick H. Lauke wrote: Users relying on screenreaders really don't have the same choice of simply downloading a better browser, as the assistive technology would not support it... Valid point, although it looks more and more like there's a lack of knowledge about what's available, than a lack
Mike Pepper wrote: One thing highlighted at an accessibility site design awards ceremony I recently attended was the wish for developers to include a site map link at the head jump links on all pages so non-sighted users could immediately jump to the page and get a feel for site relevance to
Lori Leach wrote: Apparently then there is nothing that I can do to keep the menu from breaking when you zoom as I have a fixed width design and not fluid. I am in a corner of sorts, as this is the layout he wants, refuses fluid, and this is the menu he wants. So I conclude that there is
Tatham Oddie wrote: Im getting a float problem in IE6 that I dont understand. The URL is http://www.e-oddie.com/e-oddie2/. The problem is known as margin-doubling in IE/win. display: inline will fix that in your case. On top of that you have also made it a bit tight in there, so IE/win will drop