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  1. Hi Everybody, I wonder if someone can help me sort out this question. Some of the more impressive web sites will refer to several css sheets on single documents... like this: <head><link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="fonts.css"/><link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="main.css"/><link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="text.css"/></head> Why? How is this strategy better than packing everything into a single css file? Many thanks, there must be an advantage to that... but it evades me. Paul
  2. Hi Everybody, I've just come into the forum... expecting to find a javascript way to control three or four "buttons" on a page that will act as links to other pages, like a "Contact Us" selection from a menu. This is so that I can use unique images for any of the mouse states. Thus... a search feature. Any suggestions? Thanks, Paul
  3. Thanks for taking more time with my puzzle, davej I'm a pretty fresh user, so I don't have "content" to present yet, just a vague idea of how I want each of the pages to appear. Sort of like having tickets to the big-show but no date. I'm at the "Start-Line" where the learning curve is absolutely vertical. I'm unsure about the functional differences of using ".name{}" or "#name{}", and just the "name{}" styles. The tutorials I use assume I know the difference. I do appreciate the time and commentary you are giving me, though. Using the <h> tags works perfectly fine, so I'll just go forward. Thanks again, Paul
  4. Thank you answering, davej and IngoIme I understand what you folks are saying, but I'm trying to avoid creating a new <DIM> layer, just to draw, a statement that could be a single word. But what about that thought Why the h1? Does Header inherit from h1,rm is it the other way around? Why is h1 even there? Thanks, Paul
  5. Hi Everybody, I'm trying to figure out the process of using embedded fonts in an HTML document. I've come to understand the @face-font{} part pretty well(?) but seem to get into trouble when I try to use the fonts within the HTML document itself. I can do the @Font in the CSS part easily enough, but the next steps I will need are making me nuts. I don't want to make the new font-family part of a container, but that's all I can do now. Doing this means I have to include a <DIV class='container'>Blah Blah Blah</DIV> in the HTML page. I sorta like the <DIV> thing but when I use too many of them I really do get lost. I would like to simply declare a text style ( avoiding the <H1> predefined ones) I would like to use a series like text_type01, text_type02, text_type03 etc. How would I declare text_type01 in a CSS statement, and declare the font-family in there? Then how would I apply text_type01 inside the HTML document? I'm guessing this would avoid all the <DIV> stuff, especially if I use two or three text_types within a single (prayer) <DIV> </DIV> block. Many, Many Thanks Paul
  6. I appreciate your suggestion.... But I am hoping to use images because they will be unique.... I don't know how to use them in javascript, :link, : hover, : visited, or sprite images.
  7. Hi Everybody,I want to create a few simple images to be used rather than a normal menu. The images would beButtonAtRest.gif, ButtonMouseOver.gif, and ButtonPress.gif. Gonna be real simple with these images, and three slightly different versions of each button ought to be enough.My problem is that I have no idea how to use javascript to work any combination of button images to link to other page contents. No idea.It sounds like pretty simple thing... but after three days looking through google searches I have learned that I don't know the right terminology.Any help or direction to get started would be hugely appreciated.Many thanks,-Paul-
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