> Richard Brown wrote:
>> The font size for the nav list has gone mad! I am declaring a
>> font-size of 50% and it is still huge! It also won't sit in the
>> header div properly. Could anyone tell me why please?
> Stop playing typographer. The software will be fine without your
> interference. Please see:
It is looking *much* better, Rich!
Some suggestions to keep it from breaking on zoom.
1/ Increase the height of the header(or do not declare a height) to
accommodate the line that reads: "It's what the Web..."
2/ Create a horizontal division beneath the header, and above both the
content and the sidebar, that runs the full width of the page. And put
the horizontal navigation stuff in it.
3/ All the stuff in the sidebar will look better left rather than
4/ Delete all the <br /> you are using in the content-text, and same for
those in the text at the very bottom of the sidebar. Use <p>This is a
paragraph.</p> <p>This is another paragraph.</p> instead of <br /> tags..
5/ Run your page through Tidy Online to pull and correct markup errors.
Then validate the CSS /and/ markup with the w3c validation services.
You are looking good. And standing tall.
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