I'm new to the forum and relatively new to web development. I would be very grateful for some assistance with a website I've been working on: http://www.jameskimballdds.com
The website works with no problems in Firefox, Safari, and Chrome. However, in Internet Explorer, it's not showing up correctly. Elements are overlapping and the slideshow is not working.
I am wanting to put a form 100% on screen, but with restrictions for a minimum and maximum width, ie, I want you 100% of the width of the screen, but at most 1250 and at least 950.
Code works in chrome and ff:
<html> <head> </head> <body style="padding:0px;margin:0px;"> <div style="max-width:1250;min-width:950;width:100%;background-color:#F00;"> teste <div style="width:50%;background-color:#0F0;"> teste <input style="width:50%;"> </div> </div> </body> </html>
Thanks and sorry for my poor english.
I am working on my site www.ministore.sk and I am a total amateur so I would like to ask you guys what am I doing wrong in my CSS code. My site looks fine in Chrome, Mozilla and Opera, but in IE it just looks messed up. Here is my CSS code:
I've been trying to get my head around a strange problem that IE 7 has with semi-transparent png backgrounds.
If you look at this link in IE 7 (WinXP) http://radutanasescu.ro/work/sun/ you'll notice that only a part of the footer's background is transparent. The rest is opaque. And if you scroll up and you'll notice that the transparent area moves to the top, while the bottom side becomes opaque.
The entire footer has the exact same background. A semi transparent png tile of 128x128 pixels set to "repeat".
How to make multiple CSS for different screen resolutions using the ASP.NET 4.5 default sheet in Visual Studio 2012?
I'm a junior software developer using ASP.NET C# and i'm really not good at designing CSS for my websites.
I currently use the default settings but know with all the different browsers and screen resolutions i'm having a hard time getting my site to look the same on different displays and devices.
I'm happy with the ASP.NET default sheet but it only works well with a screen resolution > 1024.
My question is, Can somebody show me how to create multiple sheets for different sizes;
1. > 800
2. > 900
3. > 1000
4. > 1200
5. > 1400
6. < 800