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Discussion in 'Software Development' started by AR1Redneck, Jan 31, 2003.

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  1. AR1Redneck

    AR1Redneck Thread Starter

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    Hey guys,

    Ok heres the deal. I have a webpage, the borders on it dont line up correctly unless u refresh the page and it still only looks right after you refresh and then maximize the screen. It gets kinda annoying sometimes. I was wondering how to fix this, not sure if i caused it or just the way it is setup. Not sure if i have explained it well or not, lol so here is the link to the page. Note the problem is on the right side. Thanks in advance

    http://americanracing.floogy.com/
     
  2. AR1Redneck

    AR1Redneck Thread Starter

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    and also how can i make it so that a persn viewing it in 1024 x 768 also sees the same thing as a person viewing it in 800x600. Thanks

    Drew
     
  3. bassetman

    bassetman Moderator (deceased) - Gone but never forgotten

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    Did you use a WYSISWYG (like DreamWeaver) to make this?

    One thing I see that has me stumped is this line.

    <code>
    < table border="0" width="192%" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" >
    </code>

    Not sure why it would have 192% for a width?
     
  4. AR1Redneck

    AR1Redneck Thread Starter

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    i used front page
     
  5. bassetman

    bassetman Moderator (deceased) - Gone but never forgotten

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    I am currently running 960X720 and it only covers about 75% of my browser.

    You could try changing you widths from a numeric value to ones that add up too 100(%).

    I have never used Front Page, but I have spent hours trying to get sites made in FP to work correctly :(


    Maybe someone with FP experience can be more specific on what you can do.
     
  6. Snake~eyes

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    well i dont know what exactly do did but heres how i woudl do it

    create a table that has 2 rows and 3 columns that is 774px wide

    Cut up your arheader.jpg into three sections, the first matching the first menu width, the middle matching the content width and the last matching the last menu width.

    Then put those in the first 3 cells

    Then the second row is easy, first col is your menu, second is the content and the third is your last menu.

    HOpe that makes sense, this will fix your problems.
     
  7. MadDogMugsy

    MadDogMugsy Guest

    ... why not make an enclosing table to hold the other tables?
    create the new table - no borders - xxx% wide - align for look and feel

    - when you work in percentages, the table will adjust to the resolution (or should - lol) - if you define "pixels" is does not (not much anyway)

    cut and paste the existing tables and paste within the new table
    ... make sure that you do not have "no wrap" selected in your cells
    ... make sure that you do not define the widths in pixels within these cells, define with percentage
    ... make all of the existing tables align "default"
    ... make sure you test your site in IE, as well as Netscape

    Wee suggestion - why not use Shared Borders/Top so that your logo does not have to redraw each page (and perhaps Left if you can get the right look & feel)

    let us know if this stuff helps:D
    cheers
    MDM

    :D Nice site by the way! :D
     
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