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  • #88188
    bmoneruiux
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    @ChristopherBurton

    I remember using AP many moons ago, and then getting yelled at on codingforums.com for it lol.


    @wolfcry911

    Didn’t think you were mad at all lol. I just wanted to make sure that I thoroughly detailed my process and shortcomings as I went along so that you guys know how I arrived at where I am now…which is HERE.

    I changed the source order, although I’m going to go back and try what you suggested. Something that’s killing me though is that the nav seems to like to sit in a place that NORMALLY would be below the block width header elements. Even when I give them a width. BUT…I’m gonna try that and hopefully that does it for me.

    #88189
    bmoneruiux
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    @wolfcry911

    Ok I tried what you suggested and it looks great…except for one thing…

    H2 is still being a b**** and not wanting to go underneath H1

    See update here. Hard Refresh for new content.

    #88204
    bmoneruiux
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    @wolfcry911

    I’ve always been confused by this, but how would/could I implement THIS TECHNIQUE in place of the overflow:hidden hack?

    #88250
    bmoneruiux
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    @wolfcry911

    I couldn’t stop laughing when I read that lol. But ok, will do.

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