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    CSS Newbie - Problems with boxes...

    Thanks both, I've tried the Visibility Inherit site, and the coding does seem easier than other sites. It seems pretty successful, the problem is that the box is not finding the images that I've got on my hard drive. I point the URL at it (cunningly enough, the file is "images/" then the name of the .gif. I'm also getting to work on the error messages. I've got it down to 14 and 1 CSS error - so that's not bad eh? I take it that of the content of the box is under a header tag then I can't put a list tag next to it: eg my list? (This is one of the errors that has come up.) Thanks
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    CSS Newbie - Problems with boxes...

    Hi Thelma, Thanks for the advice, as far as I can see all my lists are closed, so I don't think it's a problem there. The page I'm experimenting with is http://www.joannaporter.com/indexeng.html The box is going to contain the first list, the one with the three bullet points (I'm going to remake the other list and replace the numbers with ticks - a later query no doubt ). I want it to be the same colour as the header (which I've put into the code). If anyone can help I'd be greatly appreciative! Thanks
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    CSS Newbie - Problems with boxes...

    Hey, hey, As the title suggests, I'm new to this fun filled world. I'm trying to create a rounded edge box, and I've followed a few web tutorials on line, but for whatever reason it's just not working, could someone have a look at my code and let me know if there's any obvious problem: HTML: class="br"> <--my content--> CSS: .bl { background: url (images/bl.jpg) 0 100% no-repeat #8BC159; width: 20em } .br { background: url (images/br.jpg) 100% 100% no-repeat } .tl { background: url (images/tl.jpg) 0 0 no-repeat } .tr { background: url (images/tr.jpg) 100% 0 no-repeat; padding:10px } .clear { font-size: 1px; height: 1px } I've put the CSS section into the "content" part of the script - not that I'm sure that it matters. It seems that Kompozer is having trouble attaching the images to the box - as the box is set out "in ghost form", but not in the colour I suggested. Can anyone help? Thanks
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    Site in two languages

    Wow, that is great. Is the code for the change language button something I can find online? I'm trying my hand at web design, as my partner needs a webpage for her Translation business, so this dual language option would be perfect. Thanks