var sidebar_align = 'right';
var content_container_margin = parseInt('350px');
var sidebar_width = parseInt('330px');
I recently purchased a template which was coded with CCS mouseovers, it look's great in IE but in Netscape it looks totally ugly, anyone willing to help?
It would be great if you can help out for free or a free hosting account. But if no one is interested name the price and I'll try and find it
The URL: www.differently.net/index.php
I think that changing it all into images would make it easier todo & work in all browsers?
edit// spelling mistakes
Last edited by jheslop1; 04-26-2004 at
It cannot find your css, for some reason IE can, but when going directly to the css file (url of the style) it cannot find it ...
EDIT: Found it, instead of using
<link href="styles.css" type="text/css" rel="stylesheet" />
<link href="styles.css" type="text/css" rel="stylesheet">
Alternatively you can use both
I don't think that's right, it seems netscape won't define the classes or make it look like that in Mozilla or IE.
I'll look into it further for you
your menu CSS mouseovers can probably be fixed by adding:
display : block;
to your ".main_links" style
however, i'm looking at it in Mozilla (firefox 0.8) and your Plan boxes are also really screwed up with the server image floating off the top of the box.
ricocheting suggest no go.
If you can look in dept into it pmoduk2 I'll be very happy
I tried rcocheting's method, and worked for me, although certain Netscpe and Mozilla browsers procress the programming wrong. My latest clients site I have coded perfectly by w3 and get errors in Mozilla and Netscape. I have had other people look over my coding too and said nothing was wrong with it.
I dislike these browsers for these reasons (same creators) so I believe personally, it's a fault on their end.
Well it worked, but the boxes were bigger and never looked right... Look's like i'll use that method for now untill i get something sorted
, thanks again!