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06-May-2005, 03:12 PM #1
Question Need web design help! Dreamweaver...
I am by no means a web guy, but I have to design a website for my wife's busines. I am having problems getting the inner layers like the photos and text boxes with colored backgrounds to stay aligned with the rest of the site when I change browser window size. This is very noticeable in my MAC, but on PC it looks OK unless I change window size

Here is the site: www.scccatering.com

Any help would be great.

-WB
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07-May-2005, 07:26 PM #2
I checked it out with 3 different PC browsers, and it seems fine, got no MAC to check it out with though. The only thing i can suggest is to check out your <TABLE> tags and your alignments. A small mishap can make a BIG difference.
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07-May-2005, 07:29 PM #3
I just looked at your Home page source code. It could use a bit of improvement. There is a lot in it that is useless, and is bandwith killer. Also makes it difficult to manage and maintain your site. My suggestion would be to do some refrencing to HTML coding. Do some google searches, buy an HTML book (you can get em cheap enough). For beginner HTML coders, I recommend Faster Smarter HTML & XML. Its only $19.99 and its got HTML, DHTML (for an interactive site), and the new XML.
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