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  1. //ok, i am curious as to WHY? i am curious so as to learn and stuff. .... why did your code: THERE STANDS THE GLASS BLOG :: DEC 2008 texty texty text text text text texty texty text text text //why does your code work better than this did? WILLAMETTE WEEK: JANUARY 2009: //THANKS!!!!!!!!!! WOW!
  2. hahahah YAY HOORAY BENJAMIN! you rock. i am down to ONE ERROR! this is from 189 errors about 1.5 weeks ago. it looks like a javascript error. * Line 210, column 24: there is no attribute "onClick" yay!!!!!!!
  3. hello falkencreative. thank you so much. you are right, the makes it look better. however, it does not help to validate this site. these are the error types that W3C throws back loads of: document type does not allow element "h3" here; missing one of "object", "applet", "map", "iframe", "button", "ins", "del" start-tag //and document type does not allow element "p" here; missing one of "object", "applet", "map", "iframe", "button", "ins", "del" start-tag //i have about 40 errors, which simply amount to the same issue: //these tags are not used correctly in my CSS/XHTML. It appears that the hierarchy is incorrect. Potentially I may need to list //these sequentially if i am to use them? ... if that is the case i would rather use some sort of other element besides Headings //because I need to style up this sheet. //i was under the impression that i could use H4 and H3 and p in the way i have been. //the code isn't too bad on this site actually, just these types of errors and i am almost ready to go. //i really appreciate this! thank you .
  4. hey, that helped the text look better, good call! w3c hates it: # Line 186, column 11: XML Parsing Error: Opening and ending tag mismatch: h3 line 186 and b //w3C hates the closing tag for the , aka the very last > after
  5. hey there! i did that, take a look and you'll see what's up. houseofbadger.com/hob_index_demonic.html now, i used before "text 26", "text25" and a few others right below that. see how tiny that makes the fonts? here's the problem: i need a container. within that container, i need a larger text size for the rollover expanding links, and a smaller text size for the text that expands. thanks!
  6. for line 186 i have tried //makes text look pretty, gets W3C errors no //text gets huge and ugly //text still huge and ugly no //
  7. hey! thanks for responding!! i want the text to appear small like the text. right now, it looks small, and pretty. when i just use , the text is huge! maybe i should change the css file? houseofbadger.com/hobfloat.css p { font-size:14px; border-bottom:1px dotted #000000; text-decoration:none } will that solve the issue? hmmmmmmmm.
  8. Hey guys! Thanks for looking at this. I have an issue with this test URL I am messing around with. http://www.houseofbadger.com/hob_index_demonic.html THIS SEEMS TO BE THE PROBLEM: MULTIPLE HEADERS AND STUFF IN CSS, AND JAVASCRIPT EVENT HANDLER USING p id=. CHECK IT: THIS LOOKS LIKE W3C HATES MY CONTAINING ELEMENTS. WILLAMETTE WEEK: JANUARY 2009 "Blah blah here's a bunch of text 26 blah blah" WILLAMETTE WEEK: JANUARY 2009 "Blah blah here's more text 25 blah blah blah blah i like to talk about myself" SO, DUUUUDE. WHAT'S UP WITH THIS CRAP-OLA? W3C SAYS: document type does not allow element "p" here; missing one of "object", "applet", "map", "iframe", "button", "ins", "del" start-tag AND W3C ALSO SAYS * Line 189, column 12: there is no attribute "onClick" WILLAMETTE WEEK: JANUARY 200 thanks, Amanda :o;):/
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