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  1. OK, so a question mainly about the use of the id class and if something would be proper use or a bad practice as far as coding goes. In an attempt to streamline stuff even further I have been recoding my site and I have been thinking about adding an id tag to the body of some pages. This would of course allow me to set custom css for those specific pages.Examples:<body id="creatures"><body id="core-classes">etc, etc.. Or would it be more proper to just create an extra <div> with the id tags--or a class tag-- inside of the main content div for that section and go that way.Ex
  2. Thanks for the feedback.2.Those validation errors are all in the menu as far as I can tell (which needs to be redone anyways). 3.As for the blue.. there shouldn't be any blue there at all. I have the background set up as Red so that it highlights the outside of the selected button in red but I did notice when I was messing around with it the other day that if I remove all the color codes it defaults to blue...4.Redid my buttons so that the font size is considerably larger and easier to see but had to make the yellow a brighter one to show up a lot better on that background.6.Odd, testing it
  3. So this is more or less my first site I started working on and 'finished' in January. I was hoping for some opinions and ways to make it better design wise and feedback on the current design.I do know that the Menu doesn't verify and I need to get around to fixing that but it works for now.http://www.rpgcompendium.com/Someone had suggested a CMS-based website (Drupal, Joomla, Wordpress) but I haven't messed around with those yet and not sure if you can get a similar/same look and layout to what I already have or not.
  4. So, I got to thinking the other night that it would be nice to have a server side includes file to be used for my keywords metadata and also to create extra <div></div> for the site I am working on since its going to be pretty big and manually adding the extra <div></div> and keywords to each page that needed them would be a real pain but I'm not sure how well this will work out and I'm wondering if.1.Can you use <!--#include virtual="includes/keywordmeta.html" --> in the <head></head> of a document where the keyword metadata would normall go without a
  5. Thanks for the help, it works fine now.All that trying to figure out what was wrong and it was a spelling mistake I never noticed, now I feel quite foolish
  6. So, after over a day of trying to fix this on my own and failing horribly I need some help... I've only been doing CSS for a short time so keep that in mind when explaining the solution please.The problem is that in IE7 the header, path, borders 1, 2, 3, 4, and 7 remain aligned to the center of the page while everything in the wrapper elemental decides to move its self off to the right a fair bit and I can't figure out how to get it to all stay connected in IE7 but other then the 'decapitation' it shows everything displayed correctly . It works perfectly fine in IE8 and Firefox. The reason
  7. Thanks for the help, I managed to get it working.And you said about using margins, padding and such instead of the absolute positioning and that it just leads to problems.. I just found that out as I loaded this page and a friend showed me a screen shot of how my test site looks in 7.0.6001.18000...
  8. I have no clue on how to get this to work, I have a sub-navigation menu I'm putting on a site that I'm building and I need the link text centered in the cell but there is a > after that text I need aligned to the right of the cell (same cell) to get the appearance that I want/need.HTML <div id="wrapper2"><div id="pathlv1"><a class="class1" href="index.html">Home</a> <span class="class2">></span><!-- end #pathlv1 --></div><div id="pathlv2">Page #1<span class="class2">></span><!-- end #pathlv2 --></div><!-
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