Hi to all !!
I am working on a web site with CSS and I found out that IE shows the text in a very bigger size than I set and so the text gows over the div and also over the image of the div background…
How can I work this out please? I hope in a quick reply!! Thanks to al!!!
Thank you guys…
here is the link: http://baffallo.altervista.org/
I’m working still on it.. many things are missing still and menus are to defined anyway… I have to solve this problem and also the there is a wide white space below the footer… can delete it…
How can I validate my code please?
Thanks again !!!
it could not validate your site for the following reason :
Check out your line 561 and delete this symbol.. "difficolt?" <–
xHTML doesn’t support it like that. For different symbols, you have to use their ASCII Value.
Your footer has come up from the space where it was actually suppose to be. Hence, the white space at the bottom. This might be happening because of some floating issues. So here’s the deal:
1. First of all remove that symbol and validate your page.
2. Check if you have cleared all the floats.
Basically, after validating 90% of your problems will be solved ;)
All the best!
I see.. Thanks Sumeet!!!
I changed the symbol thanks, but actually I have the problem about IE that shows the text too bigger than it should be… So how can I set the IE font in a smaller size?
I cleared all the float: but the white space below the footer is still there… I cannot find the way to solve this problem too…
I keep on trying to find solutions…. anyone can check the page and its code here: http://baffallo.altervista.org/
Thanks again and again!!
go to the link I gave you, revalidate your site.. and then just scroll down slowly.. All the erors at the respective line numbers will be mentioned in details.. Go through them and keep correcting them.. This way you will learn and solve your problem too ;)
Ok.. this is cool!!!
I am trying to build again the page… this time with a correct guide as a html-tree should be… I hope it’ll work!! Validator is so awesome!!
Anyway about the IE font… is so big still… anyone of you knows any way to add a script or something or an if condition I don’t know honestly to resize the IE font in a smaller size? Because even if I am deleting the most of the errors the problem is still there…
If the IE font is still coming big after fixing all the errors then just create another style sheet for IE and define those text styles, which appear bigger in IE, with a smaller font size. Check using an ‘if’ statement that if the browser is ‘IE’ then link that IE style sheet. Hence, when ever you open your page in IE, the text size will come smaller and similar to the ones in all the other browser
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