On 3/12/07, [EMAIL-REMOVED] [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
> The problem is not with your code, the way dreamweaver displays the page
> design mode is useless. The only true representation of a page is when you
> output it to a browser.
> I would not revert to table layouts just for the sake of Dreamwever. Give
> him Contribute or teach some basic CSS.
> Thanks for the replies. where i do get the fact that dreamweaver's design
> view is useless to some (like developers who can actually write code) isn't
> to others who don't necessarily know the ins and outs of these things. i
> don't have a problem if the design is a bit off in dreamweaver yet still
> shows fine in browsers. for cases where the design is completely off with
> overlapping divs and paragraphs, in my eyes this is just something that will
> make it very hard for people with little knowledge of the program to edit.
for this specific case i'll just say that one rule was throwing off
> everything in the design. the rule was using margins to position a div
> instead of relative positioning because of the way the position: relative;
> rule is wrongly inherited into child elements in IE mac. now for this i have
> removed the rule so it shows fine in dreamweaver and is a bit off in the
> browser. i don't like this but seeing as how it is an intranet site, they
> won't be viewing it on IE mac.
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