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Scrolling Table Problems...

Sent by Adrian Williams on 23 March 2006 23:11


OK, incredible brain fart on my end...I gave the localhost addy vs. the web
addy on the site....here is the addy for my troublesome page with the
scrolling CSS table...

http://williams.genealogy.fm/results_page.php

And for the style sheet

http://williams.genealogy.fm/includes/williamsv2.css


As always,
Adrian
 
Adrian Williams
Williams DNA Project Administrator
Williams Source Documentation Repository
http://williams.genealogy.fm/
 

-----Original Message-----
From: Kat Lindsey [EMAIL-REMOVED]] 
Sent: Thursday, March 23, 2006 11:58 AM
To: [EMAIL-REMOVED]
Subject: Re: [css-d] Scrolling Table Problems...

I cant see your pages - it says local host are they on a server?

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Kat Lindsey
Student Health Care Center - University of Florida
352-392-1161 ext. 4300



Adrian Williams wrote:

>Y'all,
>
>   I am a newbie to both the list and advanced CSS...I am familiar with the
>basics of CSS but am trying to incorporate what (to me anyway) is a very
>complex CSS feature and am having a slight problem or two with it.
>
>   Basically, I am trying to use the scrolling table style that Terence
>Ordona (sp?) put together (which is just awesome!) and have hit a couple of
>snags.  Originally, I was trying to use the fixed column (Big 4?) version
>and after pulling out a lot of hair, switched to the Big 3 version...which
>is working for the most part.  Here is the page (look at the bottom):
>
>http://localhost/WilliamsGenWeb/results_page.php
>
>   When looking at it in IE, it is a work of art...everything lines up and
>functions beautifully.  However, Firefox gets weird in a couple of ways.
>First, when loading the page in FF, the table sprawls to the right and half
>of it is off the screen. The only thing I have been able to do to deal with
>it is change the page style from basic to none then back to basic
>again...which fixes the problem. So, first question:  what the heck causes
>this and how do I fix it?
>
>   The second problem is with the last column on my header in FF. It is
>labeled 438.  I cannot figure out how to get the padding setup correctly so
>that it is the same 17px width as the rest.  
>
>   Finally, the last column of the scrollable area is, for lack of a better
>word, fat.  Every one of the DYS columns should be 17px wide...is there
>something I am doing wrong here??
>
>   My overall CSS sheet is at
>http://localhost/WilliamsGenWeb/includes/williamsv2.css 
>
>   I really appreciate any help anyone can give me...I have been working on
>this for over a two weeks, trying to fix it on my own without any luck.
>
>Kind regards,
>Adrian
> 
>Adrian Williams
>Williams DNA Project Administrator
>Williams Source Documentation Repository
>http://williams.genealogy.fm/
> 
>
>
>
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