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Can anybody please help checking my site
http://www.networkingblogger.com/

problem with lower resolutin 800x600 and so.

what to do ? Sad

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Nobody to help me out

Nobody to help me out here.

Are newbies ignored on this forum :shrug:

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The people who assist on

The people who assist on this board are busy people, their services tend to be in high demand.

Expecting a response in a few hours is unrealistic and, frankly, silly. Give it at least a few days.

You have syntax errors in your CSS that could cause all sorts of problems. Get that fixed up and see if the problems persist - they probably will.

I might have looked deeper but your attitude of expecting instant service on a free system has frankly annoyed me to the point that I think I'll come back later when I have cooled down a bit.

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sorry not to be harsh. I am

sorry not to be harsh.

I am very new to the forum and was not knowing about the time it takes for replies. :shrug:

I know i was expecting a lot, but want to solve it soon. Sad

Sorry, dont feel bad bout that. Sad

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And the syntax error of

And the syntax error of #width is because I added a IE hack coz that image bar was not displaying properly.

I am a newbie to CSS so dont know much.

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Put your wrapper div around

Put your wrapper div around the entire page, and set its min-width to a value large enough to not cause the column to drop, ≈1000px. You could also choose to fix the width and set {margin: 0 auto;}.

At smaller window sizes, there is not enough room for the three columns. Setting a minimum will fix that at the expense of horizontal scrolling.

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I fixed the width if I dont

I fixed the width
if I dont fix this width, then the whitem background image creates problem and breaks the theme.
I think that whitem image should be sliced.

Also, I see no menu buttons "home" "about" etc in IE ???

If anybody can help...

I have only $5 in my paypal - ready to pay that. Sad

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Keep your money, it might

Keep your money, it might become expensive. Laughing out loud But I have good news for you. IE 6 shows your menu perfectly and your markup is clean. But it still contains like 30 bugs, most of them minor, but I would get rid of them before you start checking how it looks on different browsers.

About your menu, get rid of the absolute positioning and float it instead. Also, IE does not understand anything max-/min- neither in height nor in width.

Besides that, I adore your site.

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Thanks for your comments

Thanks for your comments Caposoft Smile
Much appreciated.

Can You correct the mistakes if I send you the template files ? Its a wordpress blog template.

Also, i added #width css hack, is it good ?

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ilu wrote:Thanks for your

ilu wrote:
Thanks for your comments Caposoft Smile
Much appreciated.

Can You correct the mistakes if I send you the template files ? Its a wordpress blog template.

Also, i added #width css hack, is it good ?

Sorry, but I don't have the time, neither would you learn. I try to avoid hacks, and I am lacking experience to evaluate if it is a good or a bad hack. I would say, if it works for you, it is a good hack. But maybe one of the others guys in here might give you an opinion on it.

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:( That would be few

Sad:( That would be few minutes/seconds work for you. Wink

I changed to absolute but again it broke.
When I add /div tag after the menu, the menu shows properly in IE7. but again the content goes behind header part. I know thats an extra /div which dont have any open one.

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still no help after few days

still no help after few days Sad

please help me guys.. i made it a small design for 800px www.networkingblogger.com
but the client wants it full screen design and fixed for 800px.

please help

Will give $10 if somebody can do it soon. :shrug:

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What is the problem with

What is the problem with your 800x600 view? Is it the horzontal scrollbars?

The page gave me a javascript error in IE7 but I can see the menu ok.

The html validates but your CSS does not.

But looking at the source code, there are just so many divs in there, I can't bring myself to look through it all, especially for a measly $10 Wink

It's probably a width and/or padding issue somewhere, quite possibly in relationship to your #wrapper and #footer, if I delete the CSS for both these, then the horizontal scrollbars disappear.

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No currently I changed the

No currently I changed the things.

But this is what my client dont wants. He wants a full screen content view on 1024.
my site is good for 800 and looks bad for 1024.
i think it should be made a fixed design. Sad