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    In memoriam gold trophysilver trophybronze trophy Dan Schulz's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by loveLee
    Wow Dan....your making me want to give you a big kiss
    How about the source file for the header image (preferably .psd format) instead?

    As it is now, I can do it in a fixed width setup, but it'll lock me in so to speak.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Schulz
    How about the source file for the header image (preferably .psd format) instead?

    As it is now, I can do it in a fixed width setup, but it'll lock me in so to speak.

    Is .psd for the quality or are you wanting layers for editablity? I have CS2 (do you need it saved as a legacy file?) and the artwork was origanally done in Illustrator.

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    It's so I can edit the file, yes. I use Photoshop 7 (can't afford CS2).

    Just to make matters worse, I have Illustrator 8 as well.

    Talk about behind the times (understandable since I usually don't create graphics, just modify them).

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    My poor dial-up is having a heart attack atm. I have managed to reduce the file down to 2mb but it will take a minute to upload.

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    Yay!!! Broadband comes to our town on Friday, I am soooo excited. Had to be what I missed most about living in a major city.


    btw..would I also be corect and say iframes are also a nono ?

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    I'm on dialup as well, so I know how unforgiving it can be.

    iFrames are generally frowned upon. What would you need it for, anyway?

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    As well as the main site, I will be redoing all the site for the other states, and then all the international sites. We are hoping that by mid next year we can had the sites back to each center to update there own sites. Becasue we have a lot of technophobic people in some centers, I was hopping to find a very basic way for them to be able to update text and images (and also so that they don't mess other stuff up).
    I know there are ways to do similar things with PHP, but I don't know enough or have enough time to learn. Unfortunatly I am also the best quaulified for the job.

    Sooo long story short, trying to find an easy way for people to update images and text without learning html (much)

    Anyway, here is what the site will eventually look like (a lot more likely now)


    p.s. just realised my text box isn't in centered..must fix that :P

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    Ok, just to let you know, I nearly have your CSS template finished. All I have to do is make the top dropdown menu work, apply the functionality for the side menu, and add a faux background to make the orange and green backgrounds appear like they're scrolling down the page, rather than being limited to their "boxes."

    I've also moved the "message" down below the three columns and put a copyright notice in there (as temporary filler, since at the time I didn't know you had an actual inspirational message in there).

    And no, I haven't opened up the .zip file you sent me yet.

    Anyway, it's 3AM here, and I need to get some sleep.

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    I can't thankyou enough, definatly go get some sleep. I'm tired and it's only 9pm. Kids are now asleep though so it is about the time I start work

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    you guys rock

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    Margin Question

    The area with the text in the center colum. See if I have this right
    When doing the CSS for this, firstly I would have it contained in it's own div. Then if I set margins they are taken from the edge of the current container, not from the page edge.

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    from the outer edge, yes. same with the padding

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    Woohoo

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