someone told me that the flash file on the homepage hangs over the right edge but it doesn't happen in my browsers at all, I tested in IE7 and Firefox 1.8.
edit: I just tested in IE6 and that is where the problem is, any suggestions?
here is the link:
er, I don't have the flash
er, I don't have the flash player installed. Does the whole front content need to be a flash file?
The width of your #main div
The width of your #main div may be to wide for IE6's buggy box model. I recommend adjusting it with some conditional comments.
I too, dislike the large flash piece on the homepage. It seems to me that only the fading photographs need to be in Flash - the logo, copy and category links could easily be done with HTML and CSS. You'd then get search engines to index that content too.
Also in the Flash piece, the navigation menu is a bit buggy. When my cursor is over a letter, I get an underline and can click the link. But when I'm over the white space in a letter (such as in the middle of the G in Guest Services) then there's no underline, and no click action. This can be very confusing to a visitor.
Also, change "onLoad" to "onload", this should be lower case for XHTML compliance.
I supposed I could switch it
I supposed I could switch it to where only the images are flash, is there a way to position the links of the flash file as they are now without using a table?
text-align: center would do
text-align: center would do the job nicely
lol, geez, i didn't even
lol, geez, i didn't even think of that. some times i wonder what i would do without this forum
here it is now styled with CSS, now only the fading images are a flash file:
Now change "top banner" to
Now change "top banner" to the actual name of your company Looking much better
Now change "top banner" to the actual name of your company Looking
i sent you a pm about another issue...
thanks for the suggestion!
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Keywords are "stuffed," not recommended.
in a couple of places, and then don't display it. Why?
Proper Planning Proper Planning - Wedding and Event Planning Why not use and id="something" or just don't display the H1 tags (globally or just on this page)? In other words, why add an element if you don't need to?