Del Wegener wrote:
>> Del Wegener wrote:
>>> Good Morning;
>>> The site giving me trouble is:
>>> In FF and others it looks exactly like I and my client want,
>> I rather doubt that as it is easily broken in compliant browsers. I'll
>> be back.
> When you come back, please explain what you mean by "broken".
> We have tested on several different computers, with different browsers. with
> different resolutions different window size, different zooms, and it seems
> to do what we expect (we is me, two clients and their graphics guy). So
> what do you mean by broken?
Sure. For example, among other things (scroll entire length of page):
Broken on landing in all browsers.
Drawing an h-scroll bar and broken on landing at 800. Note (among other
things) that the header and footer image is too wide.
Minimum font-size 24px in FF and minimum font-size in Opera shoots
content out the bottom of all containers.
Font-scaling @ + 2 in Safari, Camino, and SeaMonkey destroys it.
One solution may be to remove the border from the body and set it as a
first to open last to close wrapper. Set no height on it. Clear it so
the red and orange wrapper reside within the black wrapper. Delete the
height from both wrappers you currently have. Trim the widths of the red
and orange wrappers so as not draw an h-scroll at 800. Ditch the space
beneath the footer. Crop the header image on the left side so the black
rule abuts its wrapper and crop the overall width of the image so it
will not break right. Set it as a foreground image: <h1><img src="..."
width.. height.. alt="your page title" />. Set the primary content p at
default (100%). Test in compliant browsers at twice default. And in the
IEs at text size "largest."
A thin red line and a salmon-color ampersand forthcoming.
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