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  1. I would probably leave the social media icons the colour that the relevant sites actually use and I would tone down your bright yellow a tad. You may not be a designer, but I'm no programmer either each to his own!
  2. Or this http://gtwebdev.com/workshop/floats/enclosing-floats.php
  3. Good job, I like the Jquery dropdowns, just a few comments: If find the colour scheme a little harsh and not very easy to read, light on dark never is especially for us older users, and the yellow is very bright. In Firefox on Mac the Save to Evernote is aligned to the right and pushes the icon down. Also the icons are very dark and barely visible. I have 2 screens at different brightness levels to account for the differences between Mac and PC, on the PC side I had to up the brightness to even see them.
  4. Just to chime in at the end of this musical discussion. Please do not make the music automatically play when entering the site. Bear in mind that a lot of people surf while at work and to hear unrelated music to the workplace is a big no no. Another consideration, maybe your tastes in music are not those of the user. It is better to give users the option to turn on the sound, rather than give them the option to turn it off.
  5. I have been watching this post from afar, and felt I had to chip in. Andrea has been giving you a lot of good advice. All of it for your own benefit and free of charge. What you have produced is one huge mess. Looking at the code it is obvious you have no idea what you are doing, and are not really listening to Andrea's advice. You will find that there is more to designing and implementing a site than just using Dreamweaver and hacking away at it. It's as if I decided I was going to be a professional chef, just by getting some professional knives. And while I am no stranger to the kit
  6. Actually the top line is not displaying correctly which pushes all the subsequent content down. First of all, never believe what Dreamweaver is showing you, it is just a visual aid to help you grab hold of a tag without having to wade through the code. Believe what you see in Firefox, that will show you exactly what you have coded. Re your problem, you have put a p tag within the td cell, the p tag has a top and bottom margin of 1em so it is being pushed down. Remove the p tag. To give space around the text in your table, you can add padding to the tr tag
  7. So everyone is getting more personal and friendly now using their real first names!

    1. virtual


      Nope, I already showed my face, that's a huge step, for the rest I just prefer to be virtual....LOL

    2. falkencreative


      lol. Whatever works for you.

    3. sarina28


      Ok my actual name is David.

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  8. Well Dude, get your act in gear or Andrea will be riding your horse - for want of another word
  9. virtual

    What is PHP?

    Do you have a point or are you just a spam artist?
  10. Put the nav just after the h2 tag and before the img tag.
  11. This will illustrate it better for you, you can see if you run the following code that the ID selector overrides the class selector. <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/strict.dtd"> <html> <head> <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8"> <title>Untitled Document</title> <style type="text/css"> #green {color:green;} .red {color:red;} </style> </head> <body> <p class="red">This line will be red</p> <p id="green" class="red">But this line will be g
  12. You obviously did not understand what BeeDev and Ben (FalkenCreative) wrote. They explained that they don't do exactly the same job and gave you 2 very different reasons. Once you have become more familiar with web design, css and js you will probably hit yourself on the forehead with a "Duh, the penny dropped with a sudden clang" gesture.
  13. You need to change this link to show the red #logo a { color:#FF0000; text-decoration:none;
  14. Great idea Ben, that would make my life much easier. So I could leave all the site intact and have the price page as a splash page and just get them to choose the price page according to their location.
  15. Thanks, that's a little overkill for me as it is a very small static site. I thought something like this could be done similar to browser sniffing, I only really need 2 possibilites, USA = $ and Europe = €.
  16. Hi All, I was wondering if someone could point me in the right direction. I need to display prices on a web page according to geographical location. E.g. If the client is in Europe I want to display the page with the prices in Euros and if he is in the US, display the page with prices in $. I know this is possible, but haven't a clue how to do it or what to search for specifically. Thanx in advance
  17. Give your #image the same height as the actual image.
  18. It's definitely the monitor, on one of my screens I get the same effect as Andrea, and on the other it shows the same colour.
  19. If you don't want the text cursor, you can change it to cursor: default; and it will revert to an arrow when not over links.
  20. Oh dear, the colour difference is so slight I didn't even notice that the word site was a link. Either I've got very bad eyesight, or maybe Ben needs to make a change to the link colour.
  21. And how do we visit your site without a link...
  22. Very strange, they definitely look different.
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