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  • in reply to: Equal Heights for Alignment – jQuery maybe? #59802

    Frodo64
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    Hmm. I can’t say how to position everything. But if you don’t find the answer just try to position the "Add to cart" button to the bottom right corner (position:absolute; bottom:5px; right:5px;). I believe it will look nice too.

    in reply to: On hover change differend background aswell #59534

    Frodo64
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    Just add:
    ul#nav li.home a:hover {
    background: url(images/nav-home-hover.jpg) bottom center no-repeat; /* Your hover img*/
    }

    Also, you should look at this video: http://css-tricks.com/video-screencasts … s-sprites/

    in reply to: How to style form <select> tags completely? #59427

    Frodo64
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    Yes it is working right now. Thanks for nice plugin link :)

    in reply to: How to style form <select> tags completely? #59402

    Frodo64
    Member

    After testing like 6 other jquery plugins I came back to this one. The whole thing about ie’s was the z-index property..

    in reply to: How to style form <select> tags completely? #59399

    Frodo64
    Member
    "apostrophe" wrote:

    It is wokring fine on Firefox, but it’s buggy in IE6, IE7. Maybe I’m doing something wrong?

    [attachment=0]wrong.jpg[/attachment]

    The css of this select:

    Code:
    ul.newList {margin:0; padding:0; list-style:none; color:#666; width:160px; background:#feffff; position:absolute; display:none; border:1px solid #666; top:22px; left:0; overflow:auto; z-index:9999;}
    .newListSelected {width:150px; color:#666; height:18px; padding:4px 0 0 12px; float:left; background:url(images/search-select-bg.gif) no-repeat; outline:none;}
    .newListSelected span {width:162px; display:block;}
    ul.newList li {padding:3px 12px;}
    .selectedTxt {width:127px; overflow:hidden; height:16px; padding:0 23px 0 0;}
    .hiLite {background:#23788B!important; color:#feffff!important;}
    .newListHover {background:#ccc!important; color:#000!important; cursor:default;}
    .newListSelHover {cursor:default;}
    .newListOptionTitle {font-weight:bold;}
    .newListOptionTitle ul {margin:3px 0 0;}
    .newListOptionTitle li {font-weight:normal; border-left:1px solid #666;}

    The link: LINK DELETED

    in reply to: How to style form <select> tags completely? #59382

    Frodo64
    Member

    Thanks! I will try to use it right now :)

    in reply to: [Solved] Ie6 makes content from nowhere, how to fix it? #59333

    Frodo64
    Member
    "apostrophe" wrote:
    I’ve never come across this bug but I’ve done a quick search and it looks like your comments are causing the problem. Try putting the comments before the closing div.
    eg.

    Code:

    OMG, you are right! How you came up with that idea? THANK YOU

    P.S. Now I will need to change my beautiful comment style :|


    Frodo64
    Member

    Thank you apostrophe. It woks :), you have saved me a lot of time :) ;)

    in reply to: My portfolio web site #52643

    Frodo64
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    "milehighdesigner" wrote:
    Well, It’s a pretty neat design… I think the about me page will just help tie it in! =)

    Thanks for your suggestions I really appreciate that :)

    in reply to: My portfolio web site #52637

    Frodo64
    Member
    "milehighdesigner" wrote:
    With such a different design and nice portfolio, the next question people might ask "who is this guygirl?" I wondered it, and I’m not even looking to hire you, so, imagine someone who is actually visiting for that purpose. They might be let down they cant find out a little more and then an email to contact you… Or was there one? sorry, I just woke up.

    I did a site for a photographer, and the main focus is his portfolio, but then he’s also got an about me and contact… simple and to the point for both.

    OK I think, I will add "about me" :). Maybe you have more ideas, how can I improve my portfolio site?

    in reply to: My portfolio web site #52606

    Frodo64
    Member
    "milehighdesigner" wrote:
    It’s nice, I would just recommend atleast 1 more page about yourself. Unless you want it strictly portfolio, then nevermind. =)

    You think that "About me" page would help me to get more clients :P :)?

    in reply to: My portfolio web site #52549

    Frodo64
    Member

    Thank you. I didn’t expected so good comments :). I will keep on working :) THANKS again.

    in reply to: How to make floated columns the same width? #48705

    Frodo64
    Member

    Ye, I support your opinion, but when you are building a web site for a client, it’s not so easy to explain why you can’t accomplish his request :/ . So, if you can please give me that link with java script, thanks :)

    in reply to: Different post backgrounds on WordPress #48704

    Frodo64
    Member

    Thanks for the great link, with this example I have dont what I need :)

    in reply to: How to make floated columns the same width? #48677

    Frodo64
    Member

    I have solve the columns problem by using the border-left:150px solid #and the color; (http://www.alistapart.com/articles/multicolumnlayouts). Its perfect for me. But the li:hover still here, so help me to solve this :)

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