I just managed to make my site show up without tables. OK well I admit I still have two tables but I guess this will stay. But otherways the layout is made with CSS and I am sure it is a bit cluttered - I will probably be able to remove one or two DIVs.
What I would like to know is whether you see this page in an organised way: http://www.pocketpcstuff.com/TodayThemes/
If something is out of place I would sure like to hear about it or if you can make a screenshot that would be even better. But I hope it will work.
If you have a suggestion to make the CSS more organised or a better solution for my layout I would appreciate a hint
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The site looks fine in ie.
In Netscape 7 and Mozilla there is a gap between the e and s in the right green panel of about 10 pixels.
Possibly padding somewhere causing the problem, although I couldn't work out which images they were or the class name to look closer. :?
On low res screens you would have to scroll sideways to see the right bar,
will there be any content there :?:
You could try removing the lines at the top and right and have the color fade in.
The css seems well organised, it's just the source html that I can't understand. :oops:
You could try indenting your code that may make it easier to read.
Hope this helps a little.
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I am glad it looks ok - there won't be any content at the right - it is just so there is no emptiness on the page for those who have large monitors. Otherwise nothing important is to the right - I made it 1600px wide just to fill the screen.
I will look into the gap thing - it's wierd but there certainly must be one of the paramters for height or offset.
The top white line is there because I will have links to subpages on the edge, this layout is not yet finished - what you see now is just the basic shape but there will be changes to the background and I will also add buttons.
The code is a problem because this site is generated by MovableType and lots of code that I have is missing on the final page so there are gaps everywhere and code is missing, but I will add more comments and divide it into sections - it's also better for me when I want to change something in a month or two
I am also working on another page at the same time - for the first site I used tables Good old tables... You can check it out if you want: http://photogallery.pocketpcstuff.com