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    I have images in a menu bar that shift up and down between clicking on pages in Firefox, yet in Safari, the images stay in place. I can't use IE since I'm on a Mac. Any ideas as to what would cause that problem?
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    do you have a link to the site with the issue? We will need to replicate it here.
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    The site is http://www.warandpeaceentertainment.com. Just to let you know, I'm an art director that is jumping into web design again. I used to design sites back 12 years ago, but got out of it. Big mistake!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BallardStudio, post: 214287
    The site is http://www.warandpeaceentertainment.com. Just to let you know, I'm an art director that is jumping into web design again. I used to design sites back 12 years ago, but got out of it. Big mistake!
    Cool thanks but I'm currently using Chrome and see no Images next to the menu?
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    The type was set as images. They are shifting up and down when clicking between pages.
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    Ah yes i see what you mean, Just tested it in firefox too.. It appears to only be happening on your Information page. The other pages work fine. Maybe its worth looking at the information page and using a copy of your contact page to copy the information page back in. then save over the top. I noticed you have the site built in tables rather than divs.. that could also cause the issue you are having there.
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    Since I'm a graphic designer, I created the layout in Photoshop first, then used slices populate the page with graphics. I guess where I went wrong was not creating the site as divs. What I did instead was used the html that Photoshop created as the basis for my site. Do you have a good resource for using divs to create web pages. I've done it before, but the layout was totally different.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BallardStudio, post: 214306
    Since I'm a graphic designer, I created the layout in Photoshop first, then used slices populate the page with graphics. I guess where I went wrong was not creating the site as divs. What I did instead was used the html that Photoshop created as the basis for my site. Do you have a good resource for using divs to create web pages. I've done it before, but the layout was totally different.
    Give this Thread a go: very very good tutorial here: http://www.webdesignforums.net/threa...scratch.29454/
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    also give this tut a go too
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    Thanks for the tutorial links! I actually found a couple of posts and rewrote a template page for the website. The divs work out a lot better.

    I also have to do some research about setting up a grid format without using CSS. I found it best to use a table within a div. Most developers tell me it's not a good practice, but it seems to work for me. Usually CSS tables don't have the control I would like for them to have.
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