Not what you are asking, but you seem to be using only a background
image for Oscar's info on the left but this is semantically incorrect,
because that contains 'content' as well as design. So that text is not
available to search engines or readers. It fails the Lynx test :-) View
it in Lynx and I have no idea what the opening hours are. Someone
Googling "Oscar's Knoxville' will not be taken to your page because as
far as Google is concerned that text does not exist.
This is a common dilemma when you want to use a 'nice' font. One
solution is to use background images, and text indent: -1000px the
actual text. SIFR(?) is another solution. (OT: IMHO, I would ditch the
crazy font that you have anyway, and use a nice sans-serif like Lucia
Grande or Helvetica. You have an allcaps oblique logo, a curvy elegant
handwriting, a body of serif and a modern sans-serif Oscar's info
header, then a playful font for the left info itself which doesn't
really match the image of the page. Rather too mix and match!)
On Jan 30, 2005, at 8:55 AM, D Ross wrote:
> I'm working on redesigning this page coding it more by hand and using
> dreamweaver a lot less...but, I'm running into a few problems...
> The page : http://www.davidrossdesign.us/oscars/
> Main problem I'm having is the wrapper isnt fully expanding to fit the
> main content area...in Safaari it looks fine but in Firefox it doesnt.
> I'm pretty sure I have the div mainCont in the wrapper div...so I dont
> know whats going on...
> Any info greatly appreciated.
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