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    Thanks. I will fix it today. One more issue: ...

    Thanks. I will fix it today.

    One more issue:

    I can't get the submenu to stay visible while on a corresponding page. It times out and disappears. Do you know how to fix that? My beta testers...
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    It worked!

    John, you're a god.

    dbc
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    Thanks John, for pointing out the missing DD...

    Thanks John, for pointing out the missing DD reference. I know it was on there in my earlier versions, but am not surprised it fell off sometime during the mad melee that has been this project....
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    IE7 hack for javascript menu

    The main menu tabs on this website don't show up in IE7. Can someone help me find a hack for this?

    http://www.heritagechurch.us/Sandbox

    Thanks,
    dbc
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    Did you try text-align:center; in your /*...

    Did you try

    text-align:center;
    in your /* Sub level menu links style */?
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    The exception to this statement is when working...

    The exception to this statement is when working with CMS such as Sharepoint or Wordpress or doing HTML Emails which, alas, are all total throw-backs to the '90s and still nested-table based. ...
  7. Try this: ...

    Try this:


    <table width="800">
    <tbody>
    <tr>
    <td style="vertical-align: top;" width="180" align="left">
    <a...
  8. Please post a link so we can take a look at how...

    Please post a link so we can take a look at how you're using it.
    dbc
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    Resolved Glad you figured it out. I was just about to ask...

    Glad you figured it out. I was just about to ask what the problem was because, upon review, I couldn't see anything wrong.
    :D
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    Resolved Solved

    Solved
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    Resolved It is now looking like the overflow:hidden nav...

    It is now looking like the overflow:hidden nav button background image of the "short" button may be pushing the other one even though it's set to overflow:hidden.
    So that means it's not the little...
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    Resolved Got a link?

    Got a link?
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    Resolved @auntnini. Thanks for the off-topic remarks. I...

    @auntnini.

    Thanks for the off-topic remarks. I am aware of ./ vs ../ but it only seems to work as I have it now.


    The only thing that is pushing Team down (or over) is the PNG. When I remove...
  14. use both?

    use both?
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    Instead of repeat-y, can you do this: #middle ...

    Instead of repeat-y, can you do this:

    #middle {background-image:url(../images/middle.png) left top no-repeat;

    If your image's size is equal to the #middle div this should 'seat' the image at...
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    Can you post a link or some code?

    Can you post a link or some code?
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    Have you tried specifying widths, etc in...

    Have you tried specifying widths, etc in percentage rather than fixed sizes?
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    Resolved PNG Pushes Nav Buttons Down

    URL: http://www.firsttexasmedicalpartners.com/sandbox/

    As you can see, the little house icon is pushing the next nav button down. Does anyone know how to stop this?

    Thanks,
    dbc


    Edit:...
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    The "gradient" effect will depend upon your...

    The "gradient" effect will depend upon your box-shadow settings. Also note, it's CSS3.

    Here's a good article for you:
    http://www.css3.info/preview/box-shadow/

    dbc
  20. Ok. That was NOT your best solution. LOL ...

    Ok. That was NOT your best solution. LOL

    Here's one that seems to be better and more dynamic - using a little table:


    <head>
    <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8"...
  21. Well, I'm not sure this is the best work-around,...

    Well, I'm not sure this is the best work-around, but I made it work like this:


    <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN">
    <html>
    <head>
    <meta http-equiv="Content-Type"...
  22. Try this: div...

    Try this:

    <style type="text/css">
    div #tablecontainer
    {
    postion:relative;}

    #t1, #t2 {
    width:500px;
    height:200px;
  23. I"m glad it worked out for you!

    I"m glad it worked out for you!
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    Works fine in IE8 and IE9. It's not until IE7...

    Works fine in IE8 and IE9. It's not until IE7 that your problem begins.
    You'll need a hack for the old IEs if you want to support them (which I cannot help with)

    dbc
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    got a link?

    got a link?
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