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  1. Problem solved!Obviously I was a bit tired yesterday, closing 1 div to much (closed a non-excisting div). That made ie flip out, while fx (and others) managed to handle it.Thanks for your help anyway!
  2. Ehm, just follow the link... anyway, here:html, body{background-color: #FFFFFF;background-image: url(../images/bakgrund.jpg);background-repeat:no-repeat;background-attachment:fixed;background-position:bottom;padding:0px;margin: 0px;height: 100%;}body{font-family: "trebuchet ms",tahoma,verdana,sans-serif;font-size: 75%;line-height: 1.4;color: #4D4D4D;}#container-page{width: 800px;position: relative;min-height: 100%;height: auto !important;height: 100%;margin-left: auto;margin-right: auto;}#container-content{width: 800px;}#container-foot{width: 100%;position: absolute;bottom: 0 !important;bottom
  3. I did, but it only moved the text to the left side inside the box. The element itself is still to the right.
  4. add following into nav-bar: clear: both;
  5. Don't really think that you understood my problem.It looks like this in ie6:But it should look like this (as it does in all other browser except ie):
  6. Hi folks!Got some trouble with an element. In Internet Explorer (only have 6 at my computer) the bottom-part moves to the right:http://www.efs-kyrkan.info/beta/rock/index.php?page=testAnyone got any idea of why it does that? As usual it looks fine in Firefox (3), Opera and Safari...//Zahak
  7. opacity: 0.7(0.7 is just an example, a great tip is to try with firebug)However, opacity doesn't work in ie. If you want it to work in ie you have to use javascript (alpha filter i think it's called, somebody correct me if i'm wrong).
  8. Yep, it was the margins i ment this time. Problem should be solved now. Thanks for your time!
  9. I think that the problem is solved now... However, not really the way I wanted at the beginning, but it works :)I'm using "<!--[if IE]><![endif]-->" for ie to read a different css file that overrides the first one, guess that was what you ment? I'm not really sure of how the site looks in ie7, since i really don't want to install ie7 on my computer at home (next week i can see on my computer at work). I'm just about to install opera and safari to check if it looks fine there to...So if anyone has ie7 feel free to check in both ie7 and fx and please tell me if it looks allright.
  10. I haven't got enough time to fix everythin (have to do some things in the background to ), but I fixed the character settings (at least i think so).http://dansken.leafstudios.se/rock/index.php?page=startPlease, enter the site and see if it looks allright now.
  11. Hi again...This time it's about a little internet explorer and firefox shows site different issue (how unusual... ^^).I have some elements that should be positioned with a certain amount of pixels from the left (just an example).for the very left div (where the text are...): margin-top: 30px;margin-bottom: 0px;margin-left: 15px;margin-right: 0px; The problem is that explorer shows the site perfect, while fx is not (in reality i guess it's the opposite... but ie shows it the way i like). fx is making the margin less then ie, and it looks wierd... How do I make the two browsers to read the sam
  12. I want a site the expands when more text is put into it. Therefor I choosed to define height by min-height, to get a minimum height, and when the information in the element expands beyond min-height the element should get larger to (not just putting the information outside the box...). #main_outer{width: 800px;min-height: 421px;background-image: url(../images/top.jpg);background-repeat: no-repeat;margin-top: 0px;margin-bottom: 0px;margin-left: 0px;margin-right: 0px;}#main_left{width: 270px;min-height: 391px;float: left;margin-top: 30px;margin-bottom: 0px;margin-left: 15px;margin-right: 0px;te
  13. Thanks for the answers folks. Sorry for this late answer, but I haven't got any time to test until now.Denny911: Not really the answer I was looking for, but I think it helps me to understand a bit more, and it might come handy later in my little project :)justsomeguy: Hehe, really simple, but yet very effective. I use that method in some other parts of the site, don't know why I didn't think of that here. Thanks for the help thoe, it's not usual to know as much as you do and yet keep it simple enough for us mortals :)Thanks again, both of you!(btw, it works now )
  14. Have some pages in the database, that i show with something like this (of course there are some code before, and some after):echo '<table width="100%">';while($row = mysql_fetch_array($result)) { $page = $row['page']; $title = $row['title']; echo '<td width="60%">' . $title . '</td>'; echo '<td width="20%"><a href="">Edit</a></td>'; echo '<td width="20%"><a href="">Delete</a></td><tr>'; }echo '</table>';Now, if I have let's say 5 pages, it'll look something like this:page1 edit deletepage2 edit deletepage3 edit
  15. Wonderful! Almost wanna kiss you :)Thanks a lot.
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