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  1. RoboHelp is a document authoring platform that can publish to Web, HTML Help (CHM) and Word documents.Ok, so that's it - no magic CSS that can force a table column to stay at constant width?Ok, I will try pixels. Don't see why it should make much difference, though.tnx - avi
  2. Hi all,How do I absolutely fix the width of a table column?I am using RoboHelp. I want the left-most column to stay the same width. In RoboHelp I set the Column preferred width to be, say, 3cm. When I look at the HTML window, I see it has created the following HTML code: <table x-use-null-cells style="x-cell-content-align: top; width: 100%; border-spacing: 0px;" cellspacing=0 width=100%><col style="width: 3cm;"> And for the top-left cell, it has created: <td width=718> However, as soon as I load the code in a browser, and I increase the width of the page, that left-most
  3. Hi again,I just realized that i did quote just the relevant code separately. Here it is again.avi <p class=Alert_Heading_css><span style="letter-spacing: 0.1pt;"><img src="..\..\Note - with pen - 10 edited.png" x-maintain-ratio=TRUE style="border: none; width: 16px; height: 16px; float: none; border-style: none; border-style: none;" width=16 height=16 border=0> </span>Note:</p><p class=Alert_Text_css>These typography conventions are intended to apply across the board for all TIS help documentation. Not all conventions have to be present in all documents.
  4. >> P.S. I put it in a codebox for easier viewing.Thanks!>> is all that really necessary?Because all of the repeated attributes ... I didn't have time to thin it down.>> And why all the repeated attributes?That's a nice present (bug) from RoboHelp. At some point it dawned on me that every time you create or update a style in RoboHelp it creates duplicates.>> ARGH I quite agree... tnx - avi
  5. Thanks. See below for:1. HTML/CSS2. Full CSS file1. HTML/CSS/*Created with Adobe RoboHelp.*//*Created with Adobe RoboHelp.*//*Created with Adobe RoboHelp.*//*Created with Adobe RoboHelp.*//*Created with Adobe RoboHelp.*//* TIS */body { background-color: #f6f6f6;}/* #fafafa */H1 { color: #aa0000; background-color: #DDDDDD; padding-top: 9pt; padding-bottom: 9pt; padding-left: 9pt; margin-bottom: 20pt; font-family: "Arial ";}/* #fafafa */LI.H1 { color: #aa0000; font-family: "Arial ";}P.Heading1_Online { color: #aa0000; background-color: #DDDDDD; padding-top: 9pt; padding-bottom: 9pt; padding-le
  6. Hi all,I have designed a 'alert' box for my documents. The 'alert' can be 'Note', 'Important', 'See this' , or similar. I assume you all get the picture.The 'alert' box is not a table (purist - that I am...). It is from two 'sections': a header line and subsequent body lines.The header line contains the 'alert' tag text, e.g., "Note" and also, to the right, is an appropriate small icon. The trouble is that the icon is a little higher -- about a millimeter -- than I want it.How can I lower the icon a bit? Alternatively, how can I raise the "Note" text a bit?TIS, - avi
  7. Hi all,Can I define the whole appearance of a Table (including all cell properties, e.g., border color) using just one CSS command?like : <table class=TableClassName> ... rows ... </table>And then just define TableClassName in the style sheet.Since I come from an OOP background, I would expect that I can define everything in the parent class.But I am starting to suspect that CSS doesn't work that way. Seems that the truth is messier. Seems I have to apply a row class also, and define cell borders etc. for the rowslike: <tr class=TableRowClassName> ... <tr>TI
  8. Now it centers it great.But still no border.- avi
  9. Actually, in FireFox I see that it positions properly in the center. But not in IE6.Tnx,- avi
  10. http://www.zeaka.org/Actually, in FireFox I see that it positions properly in the center. But not in IE6.Tnx,- avi
  11. >> Are you using a Strict DTD?Don't know :-)>> And what does the HTML of the element look like?below, with the current class naming..page_heading_graphic { border-style: solid; border-width: 10px 0px 10px 0px; border-color: #DA251D; text-align: center; padding: 20px 0px 20px 0px; margin: 0px;}<p class="page_heading_graphic"><img alt="" height="141" src="Zeaka%20Logo%20-%20back%20dark.png" width="735"> </p>Thanks,- avi
  12. >> Then it's really difficult to center it if the screen is smaller than the site.I don't need to center the site if the screen is narrower than the site.I only need to center the site if the screen is wider than the site... ( of course ... :-) )Tia, - avi
  13. Hi all,I have a border that I made with CSS above and below a paragraph: .para-with-border { border-style: solid; border-width: 10px 0px 10px 0px; border-color: #DA251D; text-align: center; padding: 20px 0px 20px 0px; margin: 0px;}However it works with FireFox and IE7, but with IE6 the border is completely missing.Ideas?Tia, - avi
  14. Thanks.Sorry, but it doesn't work.Btw, I am using an RTL language.The site is staying obstinately at the right of the browser window (when the browser window is wider than the site div width).Another idea?Tia,- avi
  15. Hi all,How can I center my site within the browser window?I have seen the following answer, to put the whole site inside of a Div of #Wrapper {margin 0 auto }but this does not work, not in IE6, at any rate.Idea?Tia,- avi
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