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Thank you for your graciousness on the CSS question. Frankly, I didn't test my answer in NS, which obviously, you did (and it failed)...

Adding your solution to my notes...

Send me a smiley in the form of an answer and I'll give you an "A" for my education...

Colleen
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Thanks :)
Is that the smiley you had in mind?

I'm active on EE for three reasons.  The number one reason is for my own self education (I think the best way to fully understand something is to try and teach it!).  Next is to help people, and last is the competition/recognition.

I'm sure you have probably have somewhat similar goals, and I'm glad to have helped your education.

Keep up the good work here on EE:)
-Josh
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As an instructor, I've gotta keep current and I've gotta be able to explain it to others!

Isn't this great?!

Colleen

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Where to you teach?
I'm a student in my final year at Kent State.
Maybe when I go to grad school I will teach courses on web related stuff...  I've considered it, but it will depend on what kind of job I get, and if and where I go to grad school.
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I teach at New Horizons Computer Learning Center in Santa Ana. The pay isn't great, but the students are! And I always get my hands on the latest software first! <grin>

Colleen

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Sounds like fun.  Do you teach CS classes, or some other area?
-Josh
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