I just started my website, can some one tell me if it looks ok. only the Main, Tools, Parts, and Progress links work.
You should see pics under progress. It doesn't have anything to do with carputing yet. When i get money for a cpu, thats when i'll start
in mozilla the second paragraph of the first page extends to the right past your vertical line. I'm also on a high res screen ...
does the same in MozillaFirebird
also, I would suggest changin the font in the menu to something like Arial, Helvetica, etc. but that's solely my opinion
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I use mozilla. This is the first time i've written html for mozilla users. Actually it's been years since I've written in html. I have to download windows fonts back on my pc, there not here cuz i have 2000lite
As for the second paragraph, i extended it cuz i wanna put some kind of picture in the upper right corner
???Originally Posted by SiGmA_X
There's a proper way to write html? I've been using coffee cup html to make my pages.
ah ... so it was on purpose ... no problem then.Originally Posted by churnopol
yeah i'd suggest going with Verdana ... arial doesn't always look right on macs from what i hear.
and it's not so much that you're coding for "mozilla users" ... you're coding based on W3 standards ... IE is about the only browser that doesn't comform.
the idea is if it looks right in Mozilla it should look good in all other browsers ... IE is the only one it might eff up in. Opera is also good.
IE will display standard code just fine, the problem is IE will allow you to malform your code and it will try to "correct" it to display it properly. This sometimes makes it worse and may not let you see that you did something incorrectly.Originally Posted by shakes
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this isn't always true when it comes to things like css. for example, when you specify the width for a div (or span, or whathaveyou), w3 states the width is the total width of the content, plus padding, plus border, plus margin. IE, on the other hand, takes the width you assign to the object then places the border and margin outside of that. so you end up with two different results.Originally Posted by frodobaggins
for eample check out my site in IE and mozilla. you'll notice in IE the 'gutter' of the picture doesn't line up with the boxes below, but in mozilla they do.
also look at this page ... this is an example of IE trying to correct something that ain't broken. I use the pre tag here and mozilla is smart enough to just let it run on .. IE tries to expand the box to fit all text and as a result, pushes everything down.