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  1. Hey there, I am having a bit of an argument with myself on how best to organize a general page, in this specific instance for a blog. Reading online you get many different perspectives on how to organize the page, however generally you get something like this: <header> <nav> </nav> </header> <main> <article> <h2>Heading</h2> <p>Date: YY/MM/DD</p> <p>Author: Name</p> <p>Article Content</p> </article> </main> <aside> </aside> <footer> </footer>
  2. I designed many Web Page Layouts, but in all Web Pages there are some issues. One is the "Aside", Web Pages are misbehaving with Aside, when I check the Web Pages with Mobile Browser, they mess up totally!! Need help here. Second, My Web Pages are not totally Mobile friendly, such as the "Header" and "Footer" also misbehaves. When the Web Pages are open with Mobile Browser, the Header and Footer both don't come up with full width, but the web pages are PC friendly!! I attached the code files, have a look. Basically I need to know "How to Aside" properly, and as well as I want a revie
  3. Dear all: Below code is for the header part of a responsive page. The header, 275px high, is divided into a video on the left and an aside section on the right. The video takes 60% width, the remaining 40% is occupied by the aside section. The aside comprises from top to bottom: flags area with 15% height, bottom link with 25% height, and an h1 in between, set to auto height to take the remaining height. I set the h1 area to begin at 15% height (height of the flags section) and 28% from the bottom (height of the bottom link plus 3% padding). When I checked the height of h1 using a dashed box,
  4. Dear all: I have a header with 60% width occupied by a video, to the right of which is an aside section taking the remaining 40%. The aside section has three items fixed horizontally on top of each other. So the header has four elements in total. To account for possible overlaps between the four elements, I declared a z-index of -1 to the top right element, with the rest elements getting z-index 1 to 3. Then the element with z-index -1 disappeared. I then gave it z-index 1 and gave the others 2-4. Why has z-index -1 caused the element to disappear?
  5. The <code> has gone wierd on me , so I'll just reply to this Post.
  6. Hello & Thanks , html5/css? From a search engine's perspective , are '<aside> #aside .aside ' equal , ie., treated as the same structure ? Thanks...Vern
  7. I am building a web page that's part of a contacts system. The page enables the user to search for a contact and after finding a contact they can view and edit that contacts details in the web page. The page consists of a number of tables that I want to control using HTML 5 and CSS 3. In full screen mode (e.g. on a desktop machine) there are up to 4 tables across the page. I need the page to convert to a single, narrow column of tables when the screen width gets narrower (e.g. when on a mobile phone). I've attached 2 screen shots. The first shows the page in full screen mode:
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