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i'm back, completely rewrote the site in html 4.01 strict using css. Cool

check it out !
it seems to be pretty fine with ie6 and ns7, but i saw some horrible rendering on a mac using ie for mac v5.2 ([url=http://www.csscreator.com/css-node/76 my previous topic[/url]). is it a very old version or is there some other problem ? anybody checking sites with a mac here ?

thanks !

and while you're here, why not take a look at www.bbalthazar.net, which has been rewritten too.

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Well, you already know this, but it looks good in IE6 (WinNT).

This is just a personal opinion, but I found the greys/pinks on www.bbalthazar.net a little difficult to read.

Nice work, though! =D>

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thanks daniel ! Laughing out loud

anybody else ?

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Hi Florent,
Had a look in Netscape 7 and Opera 7 on windows 2000, it looks good in both.

Following on from Daniels suggestion you could look at a style switcher which displayed the text in a darker color for people who have trouble seeing the text.

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thanks tony ! Laughing out loud

did you notice the little ns7 glitch on the first page (see http://www.csscreator.com/css-node/#comment- ? it won't go away !

i'll think about darkening the colours a little...

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For some examples of style-switching, check out www.meyerweb.com or www.appcreator.com (there you go Tony! Tongue ).

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www.meyerweb.com is pretty neat.

i didn't see how to switch styles in appcreator.com. :?

anybody see the ns7 glitch on the first page (a few pixels too many under the image) ?

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Uhmm Daniel I removed the style switching from AppCreator about 8 months ago.
Glad you remembered it though. Cool

I noticed the pixel difference only because I was looking for it.
It's not really anything to be to worried about.

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Tony wrote:
I noticed the pixel difference only because I was looking for it.
It's not really anything to be to worried about.

oh yes it is believe me, i'm such a perfectionnist... :twisted: can you understand where it's coming from ? the pixels seem to be part of the div enclosing the image...don't know why they are here, because there isn't any whitespace between the img tag and the closing div...

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Hi Florent,
There's a div that has the margin set to

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margin:1px 0px 1px 0px;
Setting that to margin:1px 0px 0px 0px;
Seems to bring it a little closer in Netscape.

What I usually do when trying to fix a bug is give everything a different border or background color.
It help you see what is out of place.

Hope that helps.

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i got the answer !

the img must be set to display:block or vertical-align:bottom

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Tony wrote:
Uhmm Daniel I removed the style switching from AppCreator about 8 months ago.
Glad you remembered it though. Cool

Wow! I hadn't noticed (obviously!) You'd think I'd actually check a site before linking to it, wouldn't you?