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    i am looking for a program that will help me in creating CSS theme based web pages for an online social network, or some one that can do this for me cheaply

    any suggestions from the experts out there would be greatly appriceated.

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    Why not just learn CSS? Its a simple language, I'd be glad to help you if you need it.
    Tim

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    Hi chop_chop!
    What do you want out from the CSS??..the page design or something else.. i'm will to do it
    Learn how to code at 02geek

    The more you learn, the more you'll realize there's much more to learn
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    Quote Originally Posted by TimFA View Post
    Why not just learn CSS? Its a simple language, I'd be glad to help you if you need it.
    Tim
    Tim,
    I have downloaded and installed the program RAPID CSS2007, I have tried to figure it out, it’s hard to get your mind around something that you really do not understand, and I wish I had taken the time in my younger years to learn a little more about coding. I will welcome any members (especially Peters help since I herd he was one of the best) help in helping me create one of the slickest cover pages for my profile. My contact info is in my profile, I have msn, Skype, and yahoo. please get a hold of me when you have time to discuss what it is I want to accomplish, swap images, ect, I am usually available most all of the time since I am semi-retired

    Thanks to all of you, in advance of your continued help.
    Last edited by CHOP_CHOP; 02-17-2008 at 08:11 AM.

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    I agree with Tim here, learning the language will save you headaches, and CSS is actually a lot more basic and easy to understand then even HTML.

    Here are a few basics:

    CSS - Cascading Style Sheet. Cascading, or downflow is the key here, the LOWEST (as far as actual placement in the StyleSheet) is the most important. SO if I say:

    body color is red
    div stuff and layout
    make a class element
    body color is white

    The body will be white. It overrides the first thing.

    #word will make an ID for an element the # denotes an ID. ID's are used to give a single element attributes that differ from the normal design.

    .word gives a class attribute to an element. the "." denotes "class" and classes are used for multiple elements.



    For basic advice stay simple. Use hex colors instead of words (#FFFFFF instead of white, etc.) and have a design in mind before you start.

    Over come most IE problems by starting your CSS with:

    Code:
    * {
         margin: 0;
         padding:0;
    }
    Try this page for a good, BASIC start

    and follow up with the validator for CSS when you are done to ensure you have no CSS errors.


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