Nice, although you'r doctype is missing the url
(:oops: sorry, coudn't help myself)
I like the style changer, my favourite is the first style, not too keen on style 4.
It seems a bit empty; I'm sure it will look better once you add in some content.
I also see you promote the Valid CSS - why not iron out those tiny HTML errors and promote the valid html too?
I must say am not a fan of green, but am strangly attracted to your first style. looking forward to seeing where it goes.
thx for comments and hints
I fixed the doctype-fault, but to I'm not shure if i can ever validate it as HTML, because I use PHP on this site.
I'm not shure if i can ever validate it as HTML, because I use PHP on this site.
hmm..u are right
the validater says that the "?" in the url is false...
how kann i avoid this?
the validater says that the "?" in the url is false...how kann i avoid this?
Instead of having
<a href=index.php?site=home&PHPSESSID=5a9e759445c4514c28c>put quotes around the uri:
<a href="index.php?site=home&PHPSESSID=5a9e759445c4514c28c">That should do it.
Then you need to replace all your instances of & with &am p; (without the space between the m and p)
i will try, thx for your hints.
i dunno if i do it soon, because i just started a new project without php, more css-focus
Is that a php session register style changer ?
You could try using this piece of code in the page just after your session_start() line:
ini_set( 'arg_separator.output' , '&' );
this should convert any ampersands to the entity sign.
Here's an other way you can give access to your alternate styles:
<link rel="stylesheet" title="Pink (Default)" href="pink.css" type="text/css" /> <link rel="alternate stylesheet" title="Purple" href="purple.css" type="text/css" /> <link rel="alternate stylesheet" title="Gold" href="gold.css" type="text/css" />
In Firefox you can select these alternates from the "View...Page Style..." menu!
Yeah its a PHP-Session Style-Changer.
I tried ur hint, and i got 10 errors less when i validate
I knew thats there would be this way to change the style, but when i need a style-changer, i didn't knew it^^
so a friend made me this php-stylechanger. next time i think i will use the "alternate" method