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  1. I will have to look into those tutorials. Thanks. And yes, that's where it's at, but I have it pointed at my blog at the moment until I get it where I want it to be to use the actual site there instead.
  2. I really think I need something else, I just hate to start all over. I wonder though if I couldn't get new hosting, and just copy and paste that html into the new one to start where I left off?
  3. Very little. I can only do very basic things like changing font size, color, inserting clickable pics, etc. I did manage to scoot the text of the navigation over, but that's about.
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  5. Sorry, I realize I'm showing my ignorance on these issues, but at least I claim it. All it will let me do is open the css section and edit it. I can post all of the css, but I'm afraid if there is a way to access the other, I don't know how to go about it.
  6. Umm, I think so. I know I can in design mode, but I'm not sure about the actual css. I have the words where they should be, and even tried just taking out the bar completely, but it wouldn't let me or I didn't do it right. Sorry I'm not much help. This is mostly Greek to me.
  7. I have my site almost exactly like I want it. The only problem left is that the navigation bar is just right of center in the page and is eating up content space. I have tried what little I know to move it, but only was able to move the words themselves. The bar that appears before each stayed put. I just changed a few minor things from the template I used. I'm posting the code. I don't think it'd be in the subnavigation area but since I don't know what I'm doing it very well could be and I'll post it as well in case. Any help would be appreciated more than you know. Thanks. */ .sf_navigation { width:230px; margin-bottom:3em; } .sf_navigation h3 { display:none; } .sf_navigation ul { margin:0; padding:0; list-style:none; width:230px; } .sf_navigation li { font-size: 32px; width:230px; float:left; line-height:1.5em; } .sf_navigation ul li a { color:#999999; background-image:url(images/631_navigation_bg.gif); background-position: left 4px; background-repeat:no-repeat; padding-left:10px; text-transform:uppercase; text-decoration:none; width:220px; display:block; } .sf_navigation ul li a:visited { color:#999999; background-image:url(images/631_navigation_bg.gif); background-position: left 4px; background-repeat:no-repeat; } .sf_navigation ul li a:hover { color:#000000; background-image:url(images/631_navigation_bg_over.gif); background-position: left 4px; background-repeat:no-repeat; } .sf_navigation .subnav { position:absolute; left: -999em; margin:-1.5em 0 0 -480px; padding:0; width:480px; z-index:1000; border:0; background-image:url(images/631_flyout_bg.gif); background-position:0 0; background-repeat:repeat; } .sf_navigation .subnav li { margin:0; padding:0; width:auto; font-size:15px; width:117px; float:left; display:block; line-height:1.5em; } .sf_navigation .subnav li a { background:none; border:0; display: block; margin:0; padding:5px 10px; width:95px; height:70px; word-wrap:break-word; color:#dddddd; background-image:none; } .sf_navigation .subnav li a:visited { color:#dddddd; background-image:none; } .sf_navigation .subnav li a:hover { color:#ffffff; background-image:none; } #Nav1 iframe { position: absolute; left: -0.25em; top: -0.25em; z-index: 0; filter: progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.Alpha(style=0,opacity=0); margin-left: 3px; } #Nav1 li:hover ul, #Nav1 li.sfhover ul { left: auto; } #Nav1 li:hover, #Nav1 li.hover { position: static; }
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