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
Hi, I'm a bit of a dabbler with CSS; I'm not very good.
I've been experimenting (trial by error) with trying to modify my theme on Wordpress. I can't seem to align the elements in my sidebar with the widgets in the sidebar.
My site is www.sketchbookcloset.com
I'm trying to align my subscribe buttons and ad banners with my tag cloud and archive widgets.
I've been messing with the css and also the sidebar.php but nothing seems to do the trick.
I'd really appreciate any insight.
I'm having a bit of a problem with my Gallery Pro theme by UpThemes. The website displays fine when viewed in Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox, but when I view it in Internet Explorer, the image of my menu bar is duplicated and stacked on top of the original.
My site: www.shadowed-images.co.uk
I'm curious to why it does this. Would normally use Firebug in Firefox to find the code but it's useless since Firefox works fine. Anybody care to take a look for me and give me any sort of clue?
Thanks in advance.
I bought a stylesheet for my drupal website from company that dropped their drupal stuff and no longer supports it. Anyway it works perfect in Chrome and Firefox, but in any version of Internet Explorer it has no css from the stylesheet - none! I have IE8 on my computer and when I check view page source it is loading the correct css for IE - but IE seems to totally ignore it!
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