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  1. If I add that definition then there is no spacing between the bullet and the text in IE. It was the first thing I tried.So I'm guessing I'll have to put in the image of the spade within and <img> next to the text then? It should work but it just doesn't look very neat.
  2. Hello,I'm trying to get this effect with an unordered list:But instead I am getting this:Basically the problem is the border at the bottom does not go under the bullet.Here's the code I'm using. ul.frontpage_list { font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; color: #7f7e7e; margin-top:20px; margin-bottom: 30px; list-style-image: url('images/spade.gif'); padding-left: 18px; }ul.frontpage_list li{ line-height: 30px; border-bottom: 1px dotted #555; } Anyone know which would be the best way to achieve such an effect?
  3. Hey Deirdre's Dad I put each label and it's corresponding input in a div and with a few adjustments it is working perfectly. I'm guess putting them in divs was not the most efficient solution but it sure beats floating and positioning.Thanks!EDIT: btw you wouldnt know how to fix that login button would you. The text is displaying a few pixels too low in firefox.
  4. First time I'm having such a problem with firefox. I've been playing with it for a while and I can't get it to show properly. This is how it looks in safari and ::And this is how it looks in firefox: Html: <div id="login"> <form id="loginf" action="#" method="post"> <label>Username:</label> <input type="text" name="username" value=""/> <br /> <label>Password:</label> <input type="password" name="password" value=""/> <br /> <input class="submit" type="submit" value="Login" name="login"/><br /> </form> &
  5. So I designed this little domain checker ^ but I'm not sure how to create a custom drop down menu for the domain extensions like .com, .net .org etc...Anyone know how to do this?EDIT: To be more specific. I just need to know how to choose the colors of the drop down menu, and how to change the drop down arrow to the image I made.
  6. Hey guys, sorry to bother you again :)Anywho I'm almost done with my new site. So this is how it should look give or take: linkAnd this is how it's turning up: linkSo pretty decent. One small problem I have is I'm getting way to much space between the footer and the content. I checked and I couldn't find any margins that would push the footer down. No idea why that's happening.Also the main issue I have is figuring out what approach I should take to get the side content to work properly. I'm talking about the login form, money back guarantee and uptime thing. (No need to read this, just backgr
  7. Hey you where right it was a space between the <a></a> tags.I managed to get the buttons in a decent position using margins. By the way, how do you get rid of underlines with css? text-decoration: none? Cause I tried that, I think :\
  8. Hey guys, template is coming along nicely but I've ran into a little problem in IE7:You see that little line between the image links? I can't seem to get rid of that. I have a class for both of the images.Any ideas how I can do away with it?Thanks.
  9. Hey thanks webflex you where right!Alright now I can get started ^^thanks for the helpEDIT: Yes I suppose Ingolme is right as well.
  10. Hi webflex. I added that code and it didn't seem to have made much of a difference.
  11. Ok guys I tried your suggestions and although I did get the box centered it's not quite 100% height. Any ideas why?
  12. margin: 0 auto; didn't work.Yes you are right I should've linked my work in the first place. Here it is: link
  13. Hi guys I'm working on a web template but I'm having some trouble getting a div to stretch to 100% height and keep it centered.This is the design: LinkI'm referring to the little grey part just outside the white content area.This is the css I'm using for that grey part: #backdrop { text-align: center; position: absolute; background-color: #626262; width: 850px; height: 100%; margin: auto;} The "margin: auto;" doesn't seem to be making a difference though since the box keeps shifting to the left.Any help?
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