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    Junior Member Misterben's Avatar
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    Hello
    New on this forum, I have a problem with CSS -XHTML. As we have to edit 800 pages like this one, I would like to fix a problem.
    Angle at the top right orange band close to languages flags is messy while changing text size. One orange triangle, plus a white band show up, only in one text size it is OK.

    Can you tell me how to fix it?

    link problem page: http://prophylabiologicals.com/gems/english/agate.htm
    CSS page: http://prophylabiologicals.com/gems/css/stylesheet.css

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    hi welcome to webdesignforums.net, my name is drew.

    did you fix this problem already, cause from what i see, everything is ok.
    Thanks,
    Drew

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    Junior Member Misterben's Avatar
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    No, I don't know how to fix it, appearance of this problem depends on your text size, if you enlarge (or reduce) the text size, you will see it...

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    Hello again Drew
    My friend who made this template, adapted from regular html. He did adapt it in XHTML-CSS.
    He told me this problem was related with relative positionning but was unable to fix it,
    As this template will be used for all website, I would prefer to have it properly made before we use it extensively.
    Another question:
    Is it preferable to use PNG image rater than JPEG or GIF format?
    I heard the use of JPEG may face copyrights problems. If I transform all images to PNG, no problems under cross browsers or some restrictions with search engines?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Misterben
    Hello again Drew
    My friend who made this template, adapted from regular html. He did adapt it in XHTML-CSS.
    He told me this problem was related with relative positionning but was unable to fix it,
    As this template will be used for all website, I would prefer to have it properly made before we use it extensively.
    Another question:
    Is it preferable to use PNG image rater than JPEG or GIF format?
    I heard the use of JPEG may face copyrights problems. If I transform all images to PNG, no problems under cross browsers or some restrictions with search engines?
    actually at the time, firefox doesnt output PNG images like they should be. by that should be fixed when version 1.0 comes out. other than that i see no reason you shouldnt.

    gif only has 256 colors. (web buttons and such like taht)

    jpeg has 16.7 million colors. (photographs and digital art)

    PNG on the other hand has a few extra things...(could be a replacement or alternative to gif images)
    * Lossless compression
    * 48-bit, true-color depth
    * varying levels of transparency
    * gamma correction
    * better compression, 10-30 percent smaller files than GIF
    * searchable content
    * patent-free compression algorithm

    hope this help you out.
    Thanks,
    Drew

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    Junior Member Misterben's Avatar
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    Thank Drew,
    So I changes all images format inside to PNG Looks like only advantages for general public web utilisation.
    You don't think a kind of incompatibility may arise regarding search engine optimization?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Misterben
    Thank Drew,
    So I changes all images format inside to PNG Looks like only advantages for general public web utilisation.
    You don't think a kind of incompatibility may arise regarding search engine optimization?
    no theres no search engine optimization incompatibilites.

    at the time the only incompatibily that stands out is the fact firefox isnt completely supporting PNG's, but as i stated, that will be a fix.
    Thanks,
    Drew

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    Junior Member Misterben's Avatar
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    Thanks a lot Drew for PNG info
    Does somebody have idea to make my orange band looks better?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Misterben
    Thanks a lot Drew for PNG info
    Does somebody have idea to make my orange band looks better?
    let me take a look at it. can you send it to me and ill try to make it look better.
    Thanks,
    Drew

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    Junior Member Misterben's Avatar
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    Thaks Drew but as I don't have login-pass for this address right now, I will ask to move it tomorrow to an accessible address


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