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JBall

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  1. Yeah, that will do for the moment. I would take a look at the code you are using on your home page... First off, I'd just check that your code is correct. Secondly, what Javascript do you have on that page? it is possible someone has exploited a hole in the javascript which is giving you problems.

    The only js running is Dreamweaver generated roll overs. The code is just how I wrote it, no changes at all. Could this simply be a HostGator thing?

  2. Well, for sure you will need to add this in between your

    tags in your HTML

    
    

     

    And you'll need to add this to your CSS:

    div.news{width: 250px;background: #F0F0E7;margin-bottom: 20px}
    h3{font-size: 100%;margin:0;padding: 0 0 3px;background: #FFC5FF;color: #000;text-align: center}
    p{margin:0;padding: 5px 10px;line-height: 1.3;text-align: justify}
    
    
    .rtop,.rbottom{display:block}
    .rtop *,.rbottom *{display:block;height: 1px;overflow: hidden}
    .r1{margin: 0 5px}
    .r2{margin: 0 3px}
    .r3{margin: 0 2px}
    .r4{margin: 0 1px;height: 2px}
    
    .rs1{margin: 0 2px}
    .rs2{margin: 0 1px}

     

    You'll need to tweak for size and color. Other than that just give whatever div you want to have rounded corners a class of "news" and you should be golden.

  3. Hmm, you may also want to put the footer div inside the wrapper div.

     

    Lose position: reletive; in the wrapper css rules and add

     

    margin-left:auto;
    margin-right:auto;

  4. I believe you need to take the margin rules out of the css for the #content div.

     

    #content {
       height: auto;
       width: 570px;
    
    
       padding: 10px 0 10px 10px;
       text-align: justify;
       background-repeat: no-repeat;
       background-color: #ffffff;
       background-image: url('images/content-psd.jpg');
    }
    

  5. OK. I might not "demand payment" But I would still hand them an invoice listing the work done both charged and free. along with newseed's idea about the list of helpful sites. It maybe the wrong thing to do but, I'll be damned if I'd give any kind of refund to a client I've already done favors for. No. Nope, Nada.

  6. I'd bill'em. They want a refund, so write up an invoice that details what you have done (include all the free favors) and bill them. Be sure to add in what those favors was worth to you show on paper that they have already received a discounted job and demand your payment.

     

    Non negotiable non refundable.

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