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  1. No argument there. And don't feel so alone - you're not the only one who mentioned that. Thanx!
  2. @ Dad:I totally agree. I copied that line of CSS from another page I developed and never updated. As far as the Mistral font - that's the client's preferred. Give 'em what they ask for, that's my motto. Thanks for the input!
  3. Thank you. Observant. Constructive. Note taken.
  4. Oops! I sprained my "copy and paste finger" again.Let's see...OUCH!http://estrelladelnortevineyard.com/
  5. Thank you for the time to critique this site. (Oh, and get a bottle or two while you're there!)
  6. Hello, anybody home? After 100 views, it seems like someone may have an idea... I'd appreciate any feedback - at all - even if it doesn't lead to a solution. I'm just wondering if my computer is the only one in the world broken...
  7. 3 Images, actually. I uploaded the images for whatever that's worth. When the right content is wider than about 600 px (the image, vine, is 571px), the page displays okay. Then when you resize smaller, the content at the first vine image pops down below the left content div, do you see that? My question is, "Why?" It only does that in IE, not FF or Safari. How do I fix it?
  8. Duster,what browser are you using, 'cause I don't think the CSS above works with older I.E.?
  9. Here's a good one. Launch this page w/ IE6. Now grab the bottom corner of the window and size down to the left. See the content starting at the first grapevine image pop down below the left div? Why? What's up with that? http://perfectionconstruction.com/test/EDNV/wineclub.html
  10. Like the proverbial charm, dude! (and I thought I knew a bit about web design!) java script:add_smilie(%22:huh:%22,%22smid_2%22)Thanks again!http://perfectionconstruction.com/test/PSJ...s/earrings.htmlhttp://perfectionconstruction.com/test/PSJ.../earrings2.html
  11. Now that's what I'm talkin' 'bout!Awesome advice, I'll get right on it! The body background color's the fix, and I'll certainly take your other suggestions into consideration. Thank you, I'll post back.
  12. I tried replacing the p's with the div's, I got more white space, at least on my computer. See the new code at:http://perfectionconstruction.com/test/PSJ.../earrings2.html(hint: try resizing your window like really wide!
  13. Actually, no, I left it as is for debugging. I still see white space. I'll give this a try. Thanks. Correct me if I'm wrong, but I thought I was doing some inline style there, not referring to a class, which I would do with <p class= and not <p style=. Even with your example, I'm not sure if I understand this. What I'm trying to do with that code is break the lines of images into either two per row or three per row, and preserve that layout no matter the screen resolution or how much the window is resized. So I need that type of break after every two or three images (as you can see
  14. On my screen, this page is displayed with a white space at the bottom of the window, and I don't know why. It doesn't happen on all browsers and platforms. On my Mac, using either Safari or Firefox 3, it displays correctly, the purple background extends to the bottom of the window. But on the Mac, using Bootcamp-WXP-IE 7, the white space is displayed. On my PC-WXP Home, using IE 6 of FF 2 or Safari for Windows, the white space appears. Any help is appreciated:The page:http://perfectionconstruction.com/test/PSJ...s/earrings.htmlA screenshot of the problem: http://perfectionconstruction.co
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