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June 1, 2013 at 12:43 pm #45176
I am happy to find a fun bunch of people in a forum
I am a new web designer and I apologize for my amateur site.
When I open my site (nakuspfigureskatingclub.com in IE8 one of the pages
(features.html) the content is way lower than intended.I made a separate css sheet and used an if statement in the head of the features.html file.
I have put borders around all div to see if I have an error in width and floating is causing the title div to float under the left column div.
I also don’t know why there is a red frame around my facebook logo.
I am assuming this is an IE issue also as it isn’t in Firefox when I open the site.
I hope I followed instructions right about codepen.
BjJune 1, 2013 at 6:49 pm #137283
thank you gcyrillus
I am not sure I understand but will investigate working without widths and heights and only using margins…if that is what you are suggesting. And putting all right column into one div.
Is this what is keeping my content below the left column? Still not sure how to use if statement, and if I have the correct if statement to begin with. I am thinking my html if statement isn’t being read by the browser.
BjJune 2, 2013 at 10:12 am #137333
so if I put my right content all in one div then maybe I don’t need such wild margins. I will try this.
cheersJune 2, 2013 at 3:53 pm #137387wolfcry911Participant
a disabled account…June 2, 2013 at 9:12 pm #137376
Thanks seeing your code helps me understand
Here is my new “Feature Story” page under the “New and Events nav tab with my first attempt
to code as you recommended.
I like it better and will keep practicing.
I am still trying to get IE to read my “IF” statement
in my features.html file.
BTW, I am not sure what the last two post comments were about.
BjJune 3, 2013 at 6:11 am #137403
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