>> On all browsers except Opera, this menu stays on top of the content
>> if the window is made more narrow. Opera ignores any of the positioning and
just plunks it down RIGHT ON TOP of everything else.
> on 4/2/02 7:30 PM, Big John at [EMAIL-REMOVED] wrote:
> 1) In 'div.menu' you have 'width: 125 px;', remove the
> space after '125'. Opera will thank you.
> 2) In 'div.body' you have a semi-colon just after
> 'z-index'. Must be a colon. (coding is very anal work) ;]
> In addition add 'position:relative' to make z-index work.
Hi, John! Thanks for the advice. You stare and stare at this stuff long
enough and look riiiiiight on past it. OK, I've fixed that... it's still not
working :( And now it's goofy on Mac IE. Eeek!
> 3) In 'div.footer' there's 'float:bottom'. (There's a
> non-sequitur for ya!) Cool idea; maybe in CSS-3...
Nice try, eh?
> I guess you want to have the footer <div> appear under
> the menu, but it won't work because the menu is positioned
> absolutly. You might put the footer in the tail of the
> body or menu.
Yeah, actually I'd like it under the main body div. Not sure how to
accomplish that any more...? (Fie on this 100 year stare)
> Side note: the script-like text in the logo
> is kinda hard to make out at first glance IMHO.
Yeah, I know... I've got to do some tweaking on that, once this mess is
Thanks very much for your help!
Miriam, who pines for table-based layout at the moment.
Crashing the Stack since 1971!