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    Senior Member Jasoncw's Avatar
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    My problems are that:

    In Netscape it seems like the style sheets are overiding the normal font commands. And for some reason the image is not displaying (might be my fault, i just dled netscape yesterday and haven't changed any default settings to it).

    In IE my problem is somewhere in this code:

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    <DIV style="position: absolute; top:65px; left:150px">

    <!-- Begin content area. -->
    <table width=100%"><tr><td width="100%" valign="top">

    <h3>HOME</h3>

    <b>January 3rd 2003:</b><P>

    Today I toggled with the new layout.<P>

    <A HREF="#top" class="top">Go to top</A>

    <!-- Begin image area. -->
    </td><td width="520" valign="top" align="right">
    <img class="img" galleryimg="no" src="C:\Documents and Settings\User\My Documents\My Pictures\TW3.jpg">

    </td></tr></table>

    </DIV>

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    The problem is that the image in the second td is making the page wider, when all I want it to do is align to the right, and still have a column of text in the first td.

    I'm not too great at explaining these kind of things, sorry if it's confusing .
    Jason

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    Senior Member Jasoncw's Avatar
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    I fixed that. I made a new div for the images and a seperate one for the text. I forgot that you can change the positioning from "left" to "right".

    For some reason the font commands are not working. I say <font size="+1" color="ffffff"><B>something</B></font> and it will show what the css says, not what the font command says...
    Jason

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    the font and b tags are deprecated
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    what do you mean?

    I also tried giving it css atributes within a span tage, but for some reason it isn't working... I'll be working on it more today so I'll see...
    Jason

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    mean you can't... well... you shouldn't be using the <font...> and <b> tags. Use CSS instead.

    for example in your css you would have:

    body, td, th {
    font-family: verdana, helverica, sans-serif;
    font-size: 10px;
    }

    th {
    font-weight: 700; /* or font-weight: bold; */
    }

    check http://www.w3schools.com/css/default.asp for more info on css

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    i think

    you cant use both css and font tags in one condition/line

    here is CSS example

    Code:
    <style type="text/css">
    <!--
    body {
    	font-family: arial, verdana;
    	font-size: 14px;
    	color: #676767;
    	text-decoration: none;
    	border: none;
    }
    .mytext {
    	font-family: arial, verdana;
    	font-size: 14px;
    	color: blue;
    	text-decoration: none;
    	border: none;
    }
    </style>
    you can't use both css and font tags

    you will see that fonts specifications which are applied closer to fonts can effect check

    Code:
    this is just <span class="mytext">
    <font color="#FF0000" size="2" 
    face="Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif">text</font></span>
    check "TEXT" you will see that CSS is also applied but you will see fonts in specification which is applied by "fonts tags" because it is closer to "TEXt".

    what ever you u wrote or apply in css but still you can apply new style with font tags

    IN SHORT WHICH TAGS ARE CLOSER TO TEXT WILL BE APPLIED

    [excuse my english]

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    Thank you for your help (and yor english is fine). I ended up making classes for everything. I origonaly didn't want to do that becuase I'd end up with so many classes, but there ended up being less that I expected.
    Jason


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