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    Length Of The Page

    In order for any element to respect 100% height, you need to set it's parent element to 100% height.so body would be height:100%; min-height:100%;Then, any element after that also needs "height:100%";the min-height is for IE. It thinks that "min-height" is the same as "height".
  2. I know you solved it, but just wanted to raise a flag that if you had to do adjust a setting in your browser, other users may have to do the same thing in order for your page to render correctly.Most people won't think or know how to do that. - just a heads up.
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    CSS change with TV?

    I would just develop a plain ol' style sheet and base everything off of em's.That way if the user increases/decreased their font size, your layout wont break. You may also want to consider positioning vs. floats for the same reason.
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    HA!Yeah, I can't tell you the number of times I have done exactly that. "It was working 2 seconds ago!!" :)Glad that did the trick.
  5. Try this out:CSS: body {margin:0 auto; padding:0; text-align:center}#container {margin:0 auto; text-align:left;} That should center everything for you. If you give your container a width and/or a background color, you will see its boundries.- hope that helps!
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    Check where your css file is in relation to your page.For example:/images/yourImage.jpg/css/yourCss.cssif you are in the css file, you need either the absolute path or relative to the imge:../images/yourImage.jpgSounds easy, but I've been bitten by this one several times in the past.
  7. http://www.themaninblue.com/writing/perspective/2005/08/29/
  8. One of the best style guides out there IMO.http://www.sitepoint.com/article/fancy-form-design-cssEverything you are looking for.
  9. Since it is not floated like the other elements, it (the browser) pulls it out of the stack. Put a float on it and in theory it should push your footer down.
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    CSS issues with IE6, IE7

    Your best solution:http://www.quirksmode.org/css/condcom.htmlIE is going to fight you all the way. Develop your site for Firefox (compliant browsers) as you have, then go back through and "fix" what's wrong in ie with the conditional comments.
  11. You can do it. swfObject parameters. Check them out.Can't remember off the top of my head but I think it has something to do with: addParam("wmode", "transparent");
  12. You are going to kick yourself when you see how close you were. :)CSS ul {list-style-type:none; margin:0; padding:0;}ul li {float:left; clear:left;}ul li a {float:left; margin-right:10px;} HTML <ul> <li><a href="" rel="" title=""><img src="" width="" alt="" /></a>Label</li> <li><a href="" rel="" title=""><img src="" width="" alt="" /></a>Label</li> <li><a href="" rel="" title=""><img src="" width="" alt="" /></a>Label</li></ul> You just need to float the list item to keep everything in the
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    dot hack?

    Right. Me neither. I've seen *cough* used the underscore hack or the "*html hack...I’ve never seen the ".element" before. Threw me for a loop; I wasn't sure if it had significant meaning.Thanks!!
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    dot hack?

    I have recently run into this. element {margin:0 0 10px;.margin:7px 0;} I search for "dot hack, . hack" etc. Results are anything but useful. Is this a legitimate hack?
  15. Firefox thinks that height = 100% means make something 100% tall.IE things that min-height 100% means make something 100% tall. You will need to have both in your css file (height & min-height)Also, if you don't tell your parent container(s) to be 100%, the element you want to be 100% doesn't have anything to reference. Start by making the body 100% height and 100% min-height. Keep going from there.
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