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Thread: Need some help with my tables
Mar 7, 2005, 18:20 #1
Need some help with my tables
I have a section on my home page of my business web site that I managed to screw up and now I can't fix it. I originally did it in DW but I don't want to be constrained by the code totally, if you KWIM. It's a template however and I am hoping I can fix it. So if someone can help me? I know the part I need to fix. http://www.prioritycomputers.net/
It would also be nice if I could change the colors in the style sheet and make them work...Style sheets and I are still very uncomfortable around each other.
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Mar 7, 2005, 23:38 #2
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Love to help but Im not really 100% sure where you are looking to start.. if you can throw up some more details we'll see what we can do!
I might also suggest one good place to start is getting some of the validation errors fixed .. esp. this one:
Unknown namespace («http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1») for text/html document!
Proper CSS display sometimes has a LOT to do with what mode your browser is in (IE: quirksmode vs. standards mode) .. so its best to get the validation problems fixed up front and then confront the little "gremlins" in each browser!
Mar 7, 2005, 23:42 #3