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Coleen

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  1. No nothing wrong with learning something new - I just truly don't want to get bogged down n C# code - I know VB, and could probably decipher the C# into VB, but I don't really want to waste my time if it's going to continue to be an issue. No wonder so many web designers use PHP. Any suggestions for a good web site with PHP tutorials? I use VS 2010 for my .ASP web design - what do people use for PHP? Thanks for your help.
  2. Thanks for the info Ben. To be honest - this really ticks me off that ASP.Net does this. Why oh why can't Microsoft just play nice? The whole idea of using .Net for me is the MasterPage. I literally have hundreds of pages in that site and they all need the same basic structure - same header, top navigation and left-navigation, as well as having the snippets of stories on the right with a search box. Even if I were to change the structure of the site to use tables instead of columns (which I am loathe to do - that is NOT proper CSS structure!) the problem obviously isn't in the column lay-outs,
  3. Thanks Ben. The close Form tag at the beginning of the Yahoo link is in response to some information I was given by the good folks at PayPal, previously. When I was originally adding the PayPal link to the website, it would not work at all and kept giving me errors. I was able to get in touch with the PayPal technical help, and was informed that the errors were because I was "nestling" the form tags. So in effect, what I am doing with that close tag is closing the main form, opening a new form, and closing that form - maybe I need to re-open the form when I am done?. The errors in IE8 probably
  4. Thanks so much Ben. Okay - the original (Live) site which is showing an error in several browsers (but not mine, I use Firefox 3.6.23) is http://www.aheartbreakingchoice.com. I completely re-vamped this site back in March and have been trying (off & on) to fix this overflow problem ever since. To see what I'm currently working on my test site is set up at: http://www.aheartbreakingchoice.belizeconsulting.com/ and you can see that in Firefox, it works fine with the Yahoo Group link, but in IE8...errrr, not so much! If I change IE8 to compatibility mode - works fine! Honestly - I have NO ide
  5. Hi Everyone. This is my first post here, but I'm a member of the ASP.Net Forums and no one seems to be able to help me there. I hope someone here can. I'm having issues with column overflows in IE8 (ONLY!), but I found the problem - or at least what I think is the problem - I just don't know how to fix it. I have a 3-column layout using Matthew James Taylor's http://matthewjamestaylor.com/blog/perfect-3-column.htm and it works perfectly in all my test browsers EXCEPT IE8 non-compatibility mode! In two of my three columns, I use a script for things like a Paypal button or a Yahoo "Grou
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