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  1. I am actually refering to <div>. I am trying to get a page to load into a <div> when I click on one of my NAV buttons. I am still new here :-) ME=NOOBBrian
  2. Hi all, Not sure if this is the right place to post but I am gonna give it a shot since I am dealing with a layer.I want to have a page load into a layer. The layer is 650px X 658px. I would like it when someone clicks on a link on my page that the page will load in the layer. Again not sure if this is the right place but I have been looking for days now :-)Thanks All Brian
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    CSS menus in IE

    I was having the same issue and I sued the following style definition and it fixed everything.div{-moz-box-sizing:border-box;box-sizing:border-box;margin:0;padding:0;}
  4. Hey everyone, sorry I have been posting CSS questions here! I feel like such a dope :-) CSS is the next level down. Thanks Again Brian
  5. Hi again everyone! Quick question for you all please, atleast I hope it will be quick! What I would like to do is use an image in a style definition. I am going to be using this image many times through out my site and it would be great if I could make it part of a layer or div that I could call when needed. Thanks again everyone.
  6. Thank You!That was exactly it, and now I am about to register at that wonder forum you sent me to. Did I mention ....Thank you! Oh well......no really thanks! :-)Brian I love learning!
  7. Hi Andrew and thanks for he response. I have tried some of your suggestions and have had not luck sorry to say. I have shortened the code so it is easier to read but I am still gettting the 2 px overage on firefox and not with IE. I am assuming it is FF thats adds the px's to the "OUTSIDE" of the layer. Why is it that there is no standard for something like this. Something everyone uses, you would think the browser companies would call each other and sync up! If there is anyone out there that can shed some light, thanks in advnace.BrianEdit @ 10:57 AM....Funny too, I just had the W3C CSS
  8. http://home.comcast.net/~jackfox68/Hello everyone Brian here and I am new to the forum and relativley new to HTML and coding. How is everyone doing? I would appreciate it if anyone has the time if you could look at the above website in Fire Fox and IE (6) and tell me why the <div>'s appear to be in different locations from browset to browser. Created with FP 2003. I am baffled $#%#$ Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks Kindly Brian P.
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