On 18/07/06, Janet Chang [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
> I just joined the listserv and am seeking help on a new site I am coding
> for my organization. I took an intro to CSS class a few months ago so I'm
> still quite a newbie, but would like to build my experience using CSS.
> Since this is a brand new site, I was able to start from scratch and build
> it up following the basic procedures we learned in my class. However, when
> I get to the more complicated layout stuff, that's when I feel like I'm
> starting to resort to trial and error instead of actually knowing what I'm
> If someone wouldn't mind taking a look at what I've done so far and
> me know if there are any glaring errors I've made or improvements I could
> make, I would be most grateful.
> Also, I'm having trouble figuring out how to get a border separating my
> mainnav div and my content div that stretches from the subheader to the
> footer regardless of length of text in either box. Any help on this would
> be most appreciated!
> Here's the draft of the site so far:
> Here is the designed template I'm more or less basing it on:
> (it doesn't show well in the image, but there is supposed to be a grey
> separating the nav area and the content area)
> You could try giving #content a height, or use min-height (which is not
> supported in IE as yet, maybe IE7)
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