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  1. Wow, such a simple fix was giving me a massive headache! Thanks for that explanation. I didn't even think to add z-index to the footer... Apparently the padding on the main div once it was long enough to where I had to scroll to see the full footer made it overlap the footer, rendering my links unclickable.
  2. Yeah, I forgot about that warning. Since posting this here, I have changed the span tags to div tags. Have you tried to hover over all the links and make sure they work? At first glance, everything seems to work fine. I just tested in FF, IE9, Safari, and Opera. Somehow IE9 was the only browser it worked in. If it comes down to it, I may have to post how I actually have the codes set up (with my PHP include and functions). I took out the dimension styles on my CSS, and in the <textarea> element, switched the cols attribute to "62" and rows is still "". When I put a number in rows, the links break. When I leave rows blank, the links work. When I have height and width declared in my CSS, the links break.
  3. I have validated both my HTML and CSS. My HTML passes with no warnings or errors. When I validate my formStyle.css file as CSS3, the only errors are vendor extensions for the border-radius (for older Mozilla and Webkit based browsers). My style.css file validates as CSS3, with only warnings stating that the color and background color are the same in multiple parts, like when I have the blue background behind the header navigation and the blue footer with white text, and a white background for the rest of the page. I have figured out that removing any type of dimensions from the textarea in the form stylesheet seems to do the trick, but it looks hideous when I do that. I tried correcting that by inputting values for rows and cols in the HTML. I have them as rows="" cols="" currently, as they are required attributes according to the HTML validator. When I do this, it has the same effect as having dimensions set in the CSS file. Leaving it as default rows and cols just looks ugly... Any idea why adding dimensions would mess up footer navigation? If I insert links directly in the content div, they work. Any links in my footer div fail with this though.
  4. Hi. I have a website using a PHP require_once template that I created myself. I required the template file in my head, and it has functions to include the header, top navigation, and footer (which includes a smaller navigation menu as well). The whole website works like a charm, except for the footer navigation on the contact page. It works perfectly fine on all other pages, as well as when I comment out the textarea on the form. I have been studying and experimenting with HTML and CSS for some time now, and have never run into this problem. If I put a link immediately after the submit button, it works fine. But the navigation in the footer is rendered as text rather than links when my form has the textarea. Here is my HTML, pulled from View Source so as to show what each PHP function is doing, rather than having to post the PHP template file as well: <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd"><html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"><head><!-- Title --><title>Brink Roofing Division</title> <!-- Meta Information --><meta http-equiv="content-type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8" /><meta name="author" content="Mark" /> <!-- Stylesheets --><link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="css/style.css" /><link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="css/formStyle.css" /> <!-- !IE7 Fix --> <!--[if !IE7]> <style type="text/css"> #container { display: table; height: 100%; } </style> <![endif]--></head><body><div id="container"> <div id="header"> <div class="content"> <a href='index.php'><img src='images/brinklogo.jpg' alt='Brink General Contractors' /></a> <ul id='header_nav' class='menu'> <li><a href='index.php'>Home</a></li> <li><a href='about.php'>About</a></li> <li><a href='services.php'>Services</a></li> <li><span class='current_page'>Contact</span></li> </ul> </div> </div> <div id="main"> <div class="content"> <!-- Form --> <form method="post" action=""> <!-- Name --> <div class="line"> <div class="label"> <label for="name"> Name: </label> </div> <div class="input"> <input type="text" id="name" name="name" tabindex="1" /> </div> </div> <!-- E-Mail --> <div class="line"> <div class="label"> <label for="email"> E-Mail: </label> </div> <div class="input"> <input type="text" id="email" name="email" tabindex="2" /> </div> </div> <!-- Subject --> <div class="line"> <div class="label"> <label for="subject"> Subject: </label> </div> <div class="input"> <input type="text" id="subject" name="subject" tabindex="3" /> </div> </div> <!-- Message --> <div class="line"> <div class="label"> <label for="message"> Message: </label> </div> <div class="input"> <textarea id="message" name="message" tabindex="4"></textarea> </div> </div> <!-- Submit --> <div class="line"> <div id="submit"> <input type="submit" id="send" name="send" tabindex="5" value="Send" /> </div> </div> </form> </div> </div></div> <div id="footer"> <div class="content"> <span class='left'>© Brink General Contractors <br />Website by Mark Little</span> <span class='right'> <ul id='bottom_nav' class='menu'> <li><a href='index.php'>Home</a></li> <li>|</li> <li><a href='about.php'>About</a></li> <li>|</li> <li><a href='services.php'>Services</a></li> <li>|</li> <li><a href='contact.php'>Contact</a></li> </ul> </span> </div></div></body></html> And my main CSS file: @charset "UTF-8";*{ margin: 0; padding: 0;} html, body{ margin: 0; padding: 0; height: 100%; background-color: #ffffff; font-family: Tahoma, sans-serif;}/* Div */#container{ position: relative; display: block; margin: 0 auto; min-height: 100%; width: 100%;} #header{ position: relative; display: block; margin: 0 0 -136px 0; height: 136px; border-bottom: 2px solid #0c71b7; background-color: #ffffff; z-index: 2;} #main{ position: relative; display: block; padding: 150px 0 80px 0; z-index: 1;} #footer{ position: relative; display: block; margin: -60px auto 0; height: 60px; width: 100%; background-color: #0c71b7;} .content{ position: relative; display: block; margin: 0 auto; width: 970px; overflow: auto; padding: 0 5px; height: 100%;} #footer .content div { position: relative; display: inline-block; width: 250px; height: auto; margin: 10px 0 0 0; } #footer .left { float: left; } #footer .right { float: right; } /* Navigation */ul.menu{ position: relative; display: inline; margin: 0; padding: 0; float: right; list-style-type: none;} ul.menu li{ position: relative; display: inline; margin: 0 5px 0 0; padding: 0; float: left;} ul.menu li:last-child{ margin: 0;} ul.menu li a{ position: relative; display: block; margin: 0; padding: 0; width: 100%; text-decoration: none; color: black;} /* Header Nav */ul#header_nav { position: absolute; bottom: 0; right: 5px; } ul#header_nav li, ul#header_nav li a, ul#header_nav li span { width: 100px; background-color: #0c71b7; border-top-right-radius: 5px; border-top-left-radius: 5px; } ul#header_nav li span { display: block; background-color: #000000; } img{ border: none;} /* Text */ul#header_nav li, ul#header_nav li a, ul#header_nav span{ text-align: center; text-decoration: none; color: #ffffff; font-weight: bold;} #footer, #footer a{ font-size: 12px; color: #ffffff;} #footer a:hover{ text-decoration: underline;} And my form CSS file: @charset "UTF-8";form{ position: relative; display: inline; float: left; width: 490px; height: auto;}/* Div */.line{ position: relative; display: block; width: 490px; height: auto; overflow: auto; margin: 0; padding: 15px 0 0 0;} .line:first-child{ padding: 0;} .line .label{ position: relative; display: inline; margin: 0; padding: 0; width: 60px; height: auto; float: left; clear: left; text-align: right;} .line .input{ position: relative; display: inline; margin: 0; padding: 0 0 0 10px; width: 420px; height: auto; float: left; clear: right;}/* Input */input[type="text"]{ position: relative; display: block; width: 200px; height: 20px; border: solid 2px #0c71b7; border-radius: 5px; -moz-border-radius: 5px;} textarea{ position: relative; display: block; min-width: 400px; max-width: 400px; width: 400px; min-height: 250px; max-height: 250px; height: 250px; border: solid 2px #0c71b7; border-radius: 5px; -moz-border-radius: 5px;} /* Text */label{ font-size: 14px;} input[type="text"], textarea{ font-size: 12px; font-family: Tahoma, Geneva, "sans-serif"; padding: 3px 5px 3px 5px;} input[type="text"]:focus, textarea:focus{ border: solid 2px #999999;} input[type="submit"]{ position: relative; display: block; width: 90px; height: 30px; float: right; margin: 0 5px 0 0; font-weight: bold; background-color: #0c71b7; color: #ffffff; border: 1px solid #0c71b7; border-radius: 5px; -moz-border-radius: 5px;} input[type="submit"]:hover{ background-color: #000000;} input[type="submit"]:active{ background-color: #999999;} Any help would be greatly appreciated! I have tried putting a line break after the textarea. That was the only kind of answer I found on Google. I have also tried to put the form in a fieldset, thinking that may work. Nothing seems to work except for eliminating the textarea, which isn't exactly logical. Thanks,Mark
  5. I am working on a blog for a friend's website. Upon testing the database which holds her blog posts (for security issues and whatnot), and dropping random rows from it, I have noticed that the id field does not re-organize itself. The way I will be displaying her posts (5 per page, with previous and next buttons) depends on the id being in order and with no gaps. Is there any way I can put in a script using PHP or MySQL to organize these in case of a row being removed once the blog goes live? Also, I have noticed that I can put in one entry, drop it, and then when I test another one the id starts back at 2. The only way to get it to start at 1 again that I have seen is going into PHPmyAdmin and emptying the table. Thanks,Mark
  6. Nevermind, I figured that out. It's essentially the same thing as $last_artist, but there is also a counter: if ($prevfirstletter != $firstletter) $counter = 1;else $counter++; And then at the end of the while loop, $prevfirstletter == $firstletter; Then I altered the code to change my first starting with each letter to: if ($counter == 1) echo "<tr><td><a name='" . $firstletter . "' />" . $artist . "</td>";else echo "<tr><td>" . $artist . "</td>;
  7. Okay, now I have another question regarding the same page. I know how to find the first letter of each artist, but is there a way that I can find the first instance of the first letter being _? I want the users to be able to browse the list by first letter, so they can click a-z or # and it brings them directly to the top of the list starting with whatever letter they click.
  8. That's very similar to something I had already tried, except I didn't think to add the $last_artist = ''; line above the loop. That works, thank you!
  9. I am working on a website for a company who does Karaoke and they need a song list. I have a sample page of a few songs selected from a sample database I set up. The MySQL and PHP I used organize the artists (removing the word "the" from the artist name), and then the songs when the artist has multiple songs on their list. However, when the artist has multiple entries in the database, I only want their name to appear in the first instance. For example: Adam Ant - Goody Two ShoesThe Beatles - Eleanor Rigby__________ - Hey Jude__________ - The Long and WInding RoadBlondie - Call Meetc. (obviously, this will be much more structured when appearing on the web page) As opposed to: Adam Ant - Goody Two ShoesThe Beatles - Eleanor RIgbyThe Beatles - Hey JudeThe Beatles - The Long and Winding RoadBlondie - Call Meetc. Here is my code as of now: <?php//Link to Database$link = mysql_connect('localhost','root','') or die("Could not connect!");$dblink = mysql_select_db('songlist') or die("Could not find database!"); //Order by Artist and Song, Removing THE from Artist$query = mysql_query("SELECT * FROM songs ORDER BY TRIM(LEADING 'The ' FROM artist), song"); //Start Tableecho "<table>"; //While Loopwhile ($row = mysql_fetch_array($query)) { //Declare Variables $artist = $row['artist']; $song = $row['song']; //Display Song List echo "<tr><td>" . $artist . "</td><td>" . $song . "</td></tr>"; } //End Tableecho "</table>"; //Close Connectionmysql_close($link);?> What should I add to get the desired effect? Thanks in advance,Mark
  10. I am working on coding a blog by hand for a friend (partially because she doesn't like Wordpress, partially because I want to know that I am capable of hand coding an easily-customizable blog). I just finished her login page yesterday, importing her username and password directly into a database using phpMyAdmin. What should I do for security precautions to protect the database from being hacked? I have been trying to find tutorials on MySQL and PHP security, but I'm having trouble finding one that fits my needs as I have never worked with a database on a live website before.Thanks in advanceMark
  11. Thanks! I don't know why I didn't think about that before. I guess I was trying to make it more complicated than it actually is.
  12. I am writing a script to register users for a client's website. I have almost all of the validation done using PHP. I will write some Javascript for it too, to check it before the user submits if he or she has Javascript enabled. However, in the case that the user does not have Javascript enabled, I am trying to write a PHP script to reload the form to show errors.In my form, I have a div over each input selection explaining the error, each with it's own specific id. In my validation, I have an error[] array where each part of the array is a form input. For example, error[firstName]. By default, the error divs are hidden. Is there any way I can go into the CSS using PHP and show the error divs based on which input boxes show errors in the validation script when the form reloads?Thanks,Mark
  13. I am setting up a registration form for a website I am about to start, and in order to help my client with some demographics, I have discussed with him setting up a Birthday field in his form. I know it's possible and not very difficult to do what I'm looking for in Javascript, but I want to know if it's possible to do this in PHP, as I am trying to use as little Javascript as possible.I have it set up as:Birthday: (drop-down select Year) (drop-down select Month) (drop-down select Day)Is it possible to determine how many days to add to the Day select list based on which month the user selects using PHP only to loop a certain amount of years and the days in the month? If not, can I use one PHP file for all three selects and create a variable for the number of days in each month, so when one is selected the number of days will change?For example, all in one file I would have <?php $year = date("Y"); $days_in_month = 0; $day = 1; // Year echo ("<select id='year' name='year'>"); echo ("<option>Year</option>") while ($year >= 1925) { echo ("<option>" . $year . "</option>"); $year--; } echo ("</select>"); //Month echo ("<select id='month' name='month'>"); echo ("<option>Month</option>"); echo ("<option>January</option>"); echo ("<option>February</option>"); echo ("<option>March</option>"); echo ("<option>April</option>"); echo ("<option>May</option>"); echo ("<option>June</option>"); echo ("<option>July</option>"); echo ("<option>August</option>"); echo ("<option>September</option>"); echo ("<option>October</option>"); echo ("<option>November</option>"); echo ("<option>December</option>"); echo ("</select>"); //Day echo ("<select id='day' name='day'>"); if ($days_in_month > 0 && $days_in_month != 28) { while ($day <= $days_in_month) { echo ("<option>" . $day . "</option>"); $day++; } } elseif ($days_in_month > 0 && $days_in_month = 28) { if ($year / 4 = 0 !($year / 100 = 0 && $year / 400 != 0)) $days_in_month = 29; else $days_in_month = 28; while ($day <= $days_in_month) { echo ("<option>" . $day . "</option>"); $day++; } } else echo ("<option>Day</option>"); echo ("</select>");?> Except in the Month select, I will also include the $days_in_month declaration for each month. If this is possible, where exactly would I include that for each month? Even if that is not possible, and I have to resort to Javascript, with the last nested if statement (where I determined whether or not it is leap year), is there a better way to write that code? Or did I get it right? For those who don't know, it's any year that is divisible by 4 but not divisible by 100 UNLESS it is also divisible by 400.Thanks in advance,Mark
  14. That first block of code I posted is in the <head></head> tags. I tried to save it as an external PHP file when I wrote it though, and it failed to bring in my WP stuff for some reason.
  15. I successfully have WordPress on the site that I am currently trying to finish. My whole goal was to display the posts, titles, and dates on my actual page rather than in my WordPress blog. This required two PHP codes. The first one, in the header, looked something like this: <?php // Include Wordpress define('WP_USE_THEMES', false); require('./mdblog/wp-load.php'); query_posts('showposts=5');?> My first question is: Is it impossible to load an external PHP script in the header? If not, how would I do that? Because the script didn't work for me when I had it as external and tried to include it.Now, the second script. <?php if (have_posts() ) : while (have_posts()): the_post(); ?> <!-- Header --> <div class="blogHead"> <!-- Title --> <div class="blogTitle"> <span class="blogTitle"> <?php the_title(); ?> </span> </div> <!-- Date --> <div class="blogDate"> <span class="blogDate"> <?php the_date(); ?> </span> </div> </div> <!-- Content --> <div class="blogContent"> <?php the_content(); ?> </div> <?php endwhile; ?><?php endif; ?> Now, I'm not sure if this code is that important to what I am trying to do. I would like the PHP script to find if there are more posts than the five showing (as defined in the first script), and if there are, I want a button that says "Older Posts" at the top and the bottom of the content box so that a user can click that and it takes them to the next 5 most recent posts, and on and on. Obviously there will also be a "Newer Posts" button enabled once you click the Older Posts button.Also, I think it would be good to have an Archive page with a list of every post by the title, sorted by the date it was posted. I think based on what I have and the little bit I've done with PHP before, I can probably do this pretty easily.
  16. You guys are awesome! Thank you so much for the help, now my header and navigation codes work beautifully!I have one question just to clarify. Is the line, $page.=.php; saying that it takes what comes up as $page if the .php extension is not found, and then adds .php using .=?For the rest of the code, I have for the most part made sense of the rest of it, and I think I will be able to use this as a reference to work on the final version of this site and hopefully a good majority of other sites I do in the future. Thank you both so much for all the help!
  17. Trevelluk, thank you for that! It worked like a charm on my header. However, I am still struggling with my navigation menu. Wirehopper, I tried to put your bit of code into the navigation menu script, but there seems to be an issue with the last line. It says there is an unexpected ";" on that line. I don't know much about PHP, but I know that the ; needs to be there. Can you guys help me out with the navigation code? I'm just curious as to why the resume page is always set as the span rather than the link, and why none of the links following the resume page function properly with the script. Would it be better to use a different kind of statement for this?
  18. I have a client who wants a website done for her acting and modeling portfolio similar to a friend of hers. I am currently trying to make a mock layout for her until I can get more information from her like what pages she needs and if she likes any of my ideas or my partner's better than what her friend's site has. His site is pretty basic, so we are going to work on making hers looks a little more professional. However, I am very new to PHP. I am trying my best to get some things to work for her that I am learning as I go with the PHP scripts.I have a header, footer, and a vertical navigation menu that I am trying to set up in PHP for her, so I can easily go through and change pages once I get what she needs. I haven't set up the footer, but I know I will have no issues getting that to work. However, I am having some issues getting the header and navigation menu scripts to function properly.I will start with the header. The point of this script is to display the website name (which will be static once we get her domain name set up - but this part works anyway), then the name of the page beside it in a smaller font and in a different color. Here is the script, and I will explain what does and does not work. <div id="headerInfo"> <?php //Get Domain Name $domain = $_SERVER['SERVER_NAME']; //Get PHP File Name $page = $_SERVER['PHP_SELF']; ?> <!-- Domain Name --> <span id="title"> <?php echo $domain; ?> </span> <!-- Page Name --> <span id="page"> <?php if ($page = "index.php" || $page = "index") echo "HOME PAGE"; elseif ($page = "headshots.php" || $page = "headshots") echo "HEADSHOTS"; elseif ($page = "resume.php" || $page = "resume") echo "RESUME"; elseif ($page = "demoreel.php" || $page = "demoreel") echo "DEMO REEL"; elseif ($page = "news.php" || $page = "news") echo "NEWS"; elseif ($page = "photos.php" || $page = "photos") echo "PHOTOS"; elseif ($page = "contact.php" || $page = "contact") echo "CONTACT ME"; elseif ($page = "performance.php" || $page = "performance") echo "PERFORMANCE PHOTOS"; else echo ""; ?> </span></div> What works: This script displays the website name, and initially displays the HOME PAGE name.What doesn't work: Once you click another link, and it reloads the page, the new page name does not display. Instead, it continues to say HOME PAGE up at the top. Pretty much, once the site initially loads, it is a static header.Now, the navigation menu. Here is the code I have for it. <!-- Find Current Page --><?php $page = $_SERVER['PHP_SELF']; ?><!-- Show $page --><?php echo $page; ?><ul> <li> <?php if ($page == "/TestSite/index.php" || $page == "/TestSite/index") echo "<span class=current>HOME PAGE</span>"; else echo "<a href=index.php>HOME PAGE</a>"; ?> </li> <li> <?php if ($page == "/TestSite/headshots.php" || $page == "/TestSite/headshots") echo "<span class=current>HEADSHOTS</span>"; else echo "<a href=headshots.php>HEADSHOTS</a>"; ?> </li> <li> <?php if ($page == "/TestSite/resume.php" || $page = "/TestSite/resume") echo "<span class=current>RESUME</span>"; else echo "<a href=resume.php>RESUME</a>"; ?> </li> <li> <?php if ($page == "/TestSite/demoreel.php" || $page == "/TestSite/demoreel") echo "<span class=current>DEMO REEL</span>"; else echo "<a href=demoreel.php>DEMO REEL</a>"; ?> </li> <li> <?php if ($page == "/TestSite/news.php" || $page == "/TestSite/news") echo "<span class=current>NEWS</span>"; else echo "<a href=news.php>NEWS</a>"; ?> </li> <li> <?php if ($page == "/TestSite/photos.php" || $page == "/TestSite/photos") echo "<span class=current>PHOTOS</span>"; else echo "<a href=photos.php>PHOTOS</a>"; ?> </li> <li> <?php if ($page == "/TestSite/contact.php" || $page == "/TestSite/contact") echo "<span class=current>CONTACT ME</span>"; else echo "<a href=contact.php>CONTACT ME</a>"; ?> </li> <li> <?php if ($page == "/TestSite/perfomance.php" || $page == "/TestSite/perfomance") echo "<span class=current>PERFOMANCE PHOTOS</span>"; else echo "<a href=performance.php>PERFORMANCE PHOTOS</a>"; ?> </li></ul> First of all, for this code, the only reason I have it displaying the $page is to make sure it recognizes what page I am on. This works.What works: From the initial site load, the HOME PAGE is set to the span class, which is black with no underline (temporarily until I figure out something I like better once this code is functioning properly). This also works for the HEADSHOTS page.What doesn't work: The resume link is always set to the span class rather than the link. Also, every other page on the rest of the site stays as the link rather than switching over to the span class.Any help in resolving these issues would be greatly appreciated!Thanks in advance,Mark
  19. I am in the finishing stages of a website for a client, and he needs a blog on his site. It is an inspirational/self-help/spirituality site, so he has a form for a blog submission for visitors, and then his blog. Once a month or so he will pick a submission and post it to his blog, giving the author credit for the post.My partner and I have the layout so it's in a container div with the layout of the website as the background (header image, and a box for the actual content with the navigation links, etc.), with a navigation div and a content div. The blog should go in the content div, which is 512x484 (width x height in pixels). There will be tabs between the navigation div and the content div to switch between the actual blog itself and the blog submission page. Once this is set up, by default it will show the actual blog first, then when you click the tab it will show the blog submission page, which is already set up. I am using simple jQuery to switch out the content divs.My question is this: Is there an easy way to accomplish the goal of having the blog load in the content div rather than a new tab/window? I know some CSS will have to be done to adjust the sizes and match the color scheme of the page, but I am very unfamiliar with Wordpress and PHP. If not, is there a better blogging program I can use for what I am trying to accomplish?Any help would be appreciated, and if this is in the wrong section, I would be glad to move it if you just let me know.Thanks in advance,Mark
  20. Yes, I have a jQuery folder with both jquery-1.4.2.min.js and jquery-1.4.2.js in it. I had only jquery-1.4.2.min.js at first, so I included the other one as well. For the time being, they are both included and still nothing is happening.On the page where I had the div switch code, I only have jquery-1.4.2.min.js included. So I can change CSS content with no issue, but I can't do a slideToggle.
  21. I have some code that works on the TryIt Editor on w3schools.com, but I took the same code and literally copy/pasted it into my code, and changed the selectors to the correct information on my page. For some reason, it is not working. I have jQuery imported onto the page in the head. I have other JavaScript files that are working, too.Here is my code: $(document).ready(function(){ //Hide Form $("#blogForm").hide(); //Toggle Form $("button").click(function(){ $("#blogForm").slideToggle("slow"); });}); Like I said, this works perfectly well in the TryIt Editor, but will not work at all on my website. Literally the only thing that is different is the "#blogForm" selector. It was "p" in the editor. I have tried this in both internal and external JavaScript.I had a code working that would switch between two divs on another page. I want that code to do a horizontal slide toggle, but I have no idea where to even start with that. The code for that page is just changing the CSS content right now. It works, but it's not as smooth looking as I want it.If anybody could help me out with these codes, I would greatly appreciate it!Thanks in advance,Mark
  22. Ingolme, what does overflow: auto do?And when you set margin: 0, 110px; I'm assuming 0 is for top and bottom, 110px is for left and right, correct?
  23. That's weird. It's doing the exact same thing in FF3 as it is in IE8. Would the p tags have any kind of interference with anything in the div css?
  24. Well this was just a test to make sure I could work with divs. I'm new to using them rather than tables, so I'm messing with stuff for now before I try to build anything real. I'm expecting each of the divs to be the same height because there is only one line of text in each. However, when I took out the <p></p> tags, they were all the same size. When I put them back in, the left and right floated divs have an extra line before and after the line including text, but the center div has no extra spaces.
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