Sent by david on 29 March 2008 07:07
> :-) Well, I know the web isn't print. I was talking about the tools to
> work with the file. I build a logo, it's in Illustrator. I build a
> business card, I use InDesign. I futz with an image or photo, I use
> Photoshop. Each allows me to see how it's going to look as I work.
> BTW, *I FIXED IT!!* I mean the way it was displaying in DW. I KNEW it
> was that second float that was mucking up the works! So for div#nav, I
> had float:left, and then for div.list-menu, which was inside div#nav,
> I did float:inherit, since it was a div class inside a div id. The
> layout in DW lines right up, now. OMG!! Works on FF, Safari, IE6 and
> IE7. It also would have helped, with the donation thing, if I was
> calling the class out by the correct name. Duh.
> I gave up on the rounded corners for right now and made the text
> resizable. The site needs to be accessible.
> Still, I couldn't have fixed this without your help, Gunlaug and
> David!!! And thank you, Jason, for the words of cheer. You all rock!
> MAJOR lessons learned today.
Yes: don't trust DW and other
"What-You-See-Isn't-Really-What-You're-Going-To-Get" GUI development
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