Here's my problem: I'd prefer Gill Sans over Arial. So I've got my line
font-family:"gill sans",arial,sans-serif; in place, and it works fine. Gill Sans is loaded and seems to work. However, it's noticeably smaller and less heavy than Arial, so I'd like to specify a weight and size for each font individually, so that they display roughly interchangeably. At the moment I'm left with a bunch of whitespace because of Gill Sans' diminutive size. Obviously I can't work with the assumption that everyone has Gill Sans installed, so how can I rectify this?
Thanks a bunch.
I have a website i'm working on and i need the sub nav on the left to be a rounded white box with a drop shadow. I also need the shadow to appear over a slight gradient. I have managed to do this as 2 pngs files ( top and bottom) but the bottom png is showing the top png below it still.
you can see the two images overlapping at bottom of the box on the left.
I just learned html and css. Studying lightbox2 i was trying to create a folio page but had the following problems:
- Viewing in 1440x900 lightbox looks cropped and aligned left. Works right only on chrome and safari.
- ONLY in IE the unordered lists that hold the thumbnails looks wrong.
Tested in a free domain:
Can anyone help?
This is driving me insane...
All I want is for my div elements to scale with whatever is inside it...
<body> <div id="container"> <div id="upper"> <div id="left"> <div id="menu"> <jdoc:include type="modules" name="left" /> </div> <div id="quotes"> </div> </div> <div id="right"> <div id="wrapper3"> <div id="edge_t"> <div id="corner_tr"> </div> </div> <div id="wrapper4"> <div id="content"> <jdoc:include type="component" /> </div>