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    For content to reflow as the viewport narrows is pretty much a given, as far as I know. I was thinking about content that could not reflow when I responded to your message. I then got the impression that you were talking about how content that could not reflow might overflow the browser window without triggering an h-scrollbar, or maybe something else.

    Yes, responsive layouts exist to gracefully change the layout of a page. In this discussion I was not thinking about responsive design. If you were, then I missed that transition. If I have grossly misunderstood a different point, please point me to another link.

    You've reminded me that I need to learn a lot more about responsive layouts. I'm way behind there.

    Still trying to wiggle my toes into the 21st century.

    Thank you for the discussion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ronpat View Post
    You've reminded me that I need to learn a lot more about responsive layouts. ... Still trying to wiggle my toes into the 21st century.
    Well, don't forget that websites in the early 90s were responsive, and then it all changed when CSS turned up. Kind of. HTML by default is fluid and responsive. It's only the CSS layer that tends to stop that. So these days, CSS usage is being refined to reintroduce responsiveness—or adaptivity—back into web design.

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    Now you're preachin' to the choir

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    Quote Originally Posted by ronpat View Post
    Back in message number 2, I mentioned:

    The flaw is still there. Apparently not considered worthwhile. It IS associated with that particular image, though. Shouldn't matter, but who knows.

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     ... happy and well-behaved pet."width="250" height="293" /></p>
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     ... happy and well-behaved pet." width="250" height="293" /></p>
    What's to lose?
    Hey ronpat. Thanks for the help, and sorry for the delay in replying back. I usually try to always get back to people. I just updated the site with your recommendation. I agree that aesthetics are important. It didn't look like it affected anything, but was still worth changing I guess. It was a minor detail. No, it didn't affect the image border. I was able to fix that on my own with some tweaking.

    Thank you for the wider layout recommendation and included code. I'm not sure I want it like that. That would require updating the text in the header since it leaves a lot of empty space. There must be some errors in the html code. It rid of all the CSS. I did change the referring file back to style1. You had a different referring CSS name. However, it still didn't fix the code for me to fully see your changes in effect.

    I didn't like the navtab, but thank you anyway. I thought the left side was too gray and had a blurred look. Looked worse than it does now. Was never able to fully fix those tabs.

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    Hi, eLePHANT, welcome back to the forums. How can we help you today?


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