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    Senior Member krystof's Avatar
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    Errrr....I just solved the problem.
    I had put a "notation" in the header that inadvertantly triggered some kind of "printing" format that I am not familiar with. Problem solved. Thank you, all.


    Re: the "unpublished" prototype for my new website.
    The HOME PAGE is here:
    http://www.vitaminshelf.com/catalog/
    "View Source" and you will see the CSS reference:
    <LINK rel=stylesheet href="../screen-vs.css" type=text/css MEDIA=screen>
    Here is a typical inner page:
    http://vitaminshelf.com/a1/
    "View Source" and the same CSS:
    <LINK rel=stylesheet href="../screen-vs.css" type=text/css MEDIA=screen>
    The Home page simply refuses to see the CSS, as proven by lack of the yellow background. (I don't like the yellow. I just did that to make it clear whether the CSS is working.) Both pages are .SHTML and inside a folder on the same level.
    I tried changing the Home page to .HTM and the problem is the same.
    I tried pasting the CSS internally into the <head> section. Still no reading of CSS. So, evidently the problem is not with the link reference. The Home page simply refuses to read the CSS.
    I tried adding BGCOLOR to the <body> tag and that works, of course.
    So why is the CSS not working? Any why only for the Home page?
    Why? Why? Why? I give up...



    P.S.-- I just read that CSS <div> and <span> have replaced the use of the <table> as "standard" for page layouts. Is this true? Why so? If so, maybe I have some learning to do...

    Thank you kindly,
    Krystof

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    Senior Member krystof's Avatar
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    Errrr....

    I just solved the problem.
    I had put a "notation" in the header that inadvertantly triggered some kind of "printing" format that I am not familiar with.

    Problem solved. Thank you.


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