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Posted on 2011-03-04
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Hi,
I am trying to design a new website. But I don't know how to control & fix the navigation, left side, main content & footer. If I fix one page the other goes crazy( navigation, left side, main content & footer). Do I've to write diffrent css'es for diffrent pages? I am uploading the zip files including images with this question.
Any help, comments and feedback would be deeply appreciated. Thanks in advance. SITE.zip
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by:sonetinc
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I’d recommend you to stay away from absolute positioning and switch to standard flow. Place the images as backgrounds into CSS. Rearrange your DIVs to the proper sequence:

header
navigation
sidecontent
maincontent
footer

This way you end up with less and much cleaner markup. Take a look at http://960.gs/ (for CSS layouts it’s a good starting point).
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by:s_hausen
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Sonetinc,
I am very new with css and person I am designing the site for, want as it is. I checked the link you'd provided but the one i am designing is very simple :( but don't know, how to control the nav's, leftside, rightside and footer.
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by:edavo
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See the attached files... All is fixed...

I added borders just so you could see the CSS structure - To remove them, simply go into the CSS and set the border: 0px

Let me know if this helps... SITE-REV.zip
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mars-vie earned 500 total points
ID: 35043133
Hello!

If attached a browser back-compatible version - so it looks almost identically in all MSIE versions back to version 6.
Also firefox looks good. Didn't test other browsers.

Attached version is also W3C-conform, if you add 2 alt-text to the navigation and main image tags.

Another problem in all prior versions - linking the style sheet should be placed within the head-section!
SITE-REV1.zip
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by:s_hausen
ID: 35044237
Hi Mars,
I am sending you and image(gif) mentioning some glitches in it. Please have a look and yes, if you like to desing and write your own css in html to fix the site, please do so that way, you don't have to follow my newbie style codes of css & html. browser diffrences
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by:s_hausen
ID: 35044283
Hi Mars,
Its look like the text issue has been resolved, my mistake. The only issue is why the background image coming slightly over the top image.
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by:s_hausen
ID: 35044444
its looks like everything has fixed, I guess I'd old browser problem. anyway, I do appreciate everyone who helped me in regards of this issue and I again thank you for all. have a good weekend...
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by:s_hausen
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very helpful
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