Putting It Together
# December 22, 2009 at 8:44 pm
Thank You the background looks better now. :)
Now I am trying to get the middle section sorted out. I’ll have two text boxes with a separator in the middle. I have one box and now I am trying to get the separator graphic in the middle (just after the text of the middle section).
I hope you can see the separator graphic on the left ! little white line.
How do I get it to show next to text of the middle section (id cmidleft).
Thanks# December 22, 2009 at 10:00 pm
Thank You Darren
I don’t know why I didn’t think of using Negative Margins. I was thinking I’d have to do display: block !! lol so that I could get the 3 divs to be like blocks next to each other all on the same height !
Would that work by the way ?
Ohh and have I done it all right for that particular section ?
Thanks :)# December 22, 2009 at 10:20 pm
It is only 2 text section for that middle bit .. but yes I agree it looks perfect to me as well :D
I was just wondering whether it could be done in that method I had in mind.
By the way .. It only looks perfect because of YOU :D Thank You So Much.
Now going to move down to the bottom section.# December 23, 2009 at 6:48 pm
Thanks Darren you were right it works like a charm :) Thank You.
Now that a person gets the whole layout coded .. where does one go from here ?
Do you just create a new page and link it to the same style sheet ? Or do you use Dreamweaver Templates ?
What is the best way to go from here for getting the other pages of the site done ?
Thanks :)# December 23, 2009 at 7:26 pm
A couple of pages will be the same .. and a couple would be different.
For those that are different .. do I copy my CSS to a different style sheet and them rename it and edit as I need.
Or do I add the things to the same CSS style sheet (i.e. just have 1 for all) ?
Which is the best way to go ?
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