Just got off work and done eating and checking messages before bed.
Will get as far as I can tonight. (Got my butt kicked this weekend, and didn't get nearly as much done as I wanted, but I'm determined!!)
These comment issues are cramping my style... :rolleyes:
In general methinks you're overthinking this code... not exactly sure what you're even trying to accomplish...
Can you be more specific?
(Remember I haven't gotten to all of your and Stomme's critiques yet...)
Though also that's not a p, there's no reason for the ID on the span, no reason for the id on the h1... etc, etc, etc...
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Why not a <p>?
I thought DIV-itis was BAD??
So maybe "hello" is overkill.
Why is it bad to over-document stuff so you know what in the hell
Some consistency in your indentation wouldn't hurt either...
"Expand Tabs to Spaces" or not?!
and it also helps to put at LEAST a # in your anchors so they test properly in IE8-...
A real link will go in soon enough, but okay.
Oh and the span first w/no top/left method of gilder-levin doesn't work cross-browser, despite the wild claims of it doing so...
/* Company Logo appears as long as "Images On" selected in browser. */
background: url('/images/DoubleDee_220x36.png') no-repeat;
width: 100%; /* Expand to Parent's Size. */
height: 100%; /* Expand to Parent's Size. */
you're making the font LARGER not smaller, %/em fonts under a image replacement is most always broken, declaring the height of the outer container is usually a bad idea.... gimme a minute here.
Check out my updated Test Site...
Can't speak for your computer, but on my MacBook with FF8 it looks awesome with and without Images and CSS on!!
Not perfect, but better than I had last week...