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  1. crysacraig

    Tab Menus

    Thanks a bunch. I should be able to find something in all those links.
  2. crysacraig

    Tab Menus

    Does anyone know how to create a simple tab menu using css? If anyone has a example of one and would like to share that would be great. I'm going to attempt to draw my own rounded corner images for them... that's going to be interesting. LOL
  3. So on the navigation bar between my header, and the main content of my page there are no little lines like this _ _ showing between the | | things? So why would they show up on my screen?
  4. Just was wondering what the issue could be with my menu at the top of my pages. It looks normal on my homepage. Look here: http://www.beyondthecover.net but on my secondary pages, like on this one: http://beyondthecover.net/reviews/0425200612.php my spaces between my topics show up, the little lines. I've gone over the html and can't see where I have forgotten to close a link tag. Am I missing something? I use a server side include for my header info. The code is below.<div class="side"><table width="100%" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" border="0"><tr><td width=
  5. I was surfing around, and found this site: http://authoravenue.com/ I like the animated logo at the top left hand side of the screen that says Author Avenue. I'm not interested in the light lighting up, but the way the letters appear. Is this Flash, or Java Script? How the heck to I create something like that? Thanks to all who respond.
  6. Yeppie! I figured it out! Thanks everyone.
  7. Thanks for your response. The x-large that you saw is for the banner (top part) of my page, it had nothing to do with links, or the side menus.
  8. O.k Now I'm having another issue. The links within my frame won't show the right text size, color etc. They are blue, and are huge. Here is the link to my style sheet. http://www.beyondthecover.net/style.css and here is the left hand side of my page. http://www.beyondthecover.net/left.php The page that is in the frame is here: http://www.beyondthecover.net/list.php. I use includes for both right and left hand side menus. I don't see where there is anything wrong with the style sheet. But then again I've been staring at it for so long maybe I'm missing something. Would appreciate t
  9. Thanks for posting, I've been playing around since I posted this and managed to figure it out, now I'm just doing the finishing touches. I have my own book review site, http://www.beyondthecover.net, and I thought it would be a good way to display my book inventory on the left hand side of my screen. I want to name all the books I have by authors name, so you could imagine how long that list might become. Thanks for your help.
  10. I have tried in the past to set up a frame like this one here: http://digilander.libero.it/webterrier/blog_template.html. What normally happens is I get a scroll bar on the side that moves the screen up and down, but also one appears so that you can move the screen right to left. How do I make it like the example above with no right to left scrolling? ThanksCrystal
  11. Besides setting up a table. Is there some way I can NOT have text wrap around my image? Some CSS code I can insert or something?Thanks
  12. Thanks.. This looks very helpful. I'll try it out today.I should just make sure this is right first. LOL! The HTML goes in the body of my page where I want it to appear?The CSS goes in my .css file?The Java part goes between the head tags on my webpage?Right??
  13. I am not sure if I am posting this in the right board or not, if I'm not please direct me to the right board. Thanks.I am in the process of setting up a website for my huge book obsession. I have seen in blogs before where you can, say for example, write a synopsis of a book, then there is a little more tag, you click on that and the rest of the synopsis appears right underneath. You don't seem to link to another page or anything... I suppose it's like hidden text. Is this javascript? If there is a code out there that does this. What's it called? Where can I get it? Thanks to all who resp
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