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    Layout Positioning in FF and IE

    I know I post so much and I am sorry for that. It is mostly because of layout position in both FF and IE to get it right.... If anyone could help me with this id be glad...

    http://fashong.uni.cc I wanted to know how to do without all the divs and make it work and also to make it look good in both IE and FF..

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    If u post too much... sure thats not too much of a problem..... But if u post at all and don't explain thoroughly.... how does that help anyone?

    Please explain ur problem with more clarity
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fashong
    I know I post so much and I am sorry for that. It is mostly because of layout position in both FF and IE to get it right...
    The issue is not that you post too much-- it's that on every post you are told that you need to learn some of the basics of html coding to fix your substantial coding errors, and you ignore that and post another question.

    Are you hoping that someone will come in and code the page for you? If that's the case, just ask, maybe someone actually will. But otherwise, if you aren't prepared to do some of the actual work-- including putting time into learning the correct way to do things-- then I wouldn't expect anyone to comb through your code and make all the necessary changes to make your code work in any browser.

    Not trying to be rude. Just honest.

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    Line 114, column 73: end tag for element "DIV" which is not open

    ...or="000000" size="2">fsrgfgg</font></b></div>

    Thats what it says in the validation thing but the div is open this is crap here is the code on that line...

    Code:
    <b><div align="top"><font color="000000" size="2">fsrgfgg</font></b></div>
    Last edited by Fashong; 02-13-2005 at 07:57 PM.

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    You've got a nesting problem...

    you start out with <b> on the outside, then you end with it on the inside. So the validator is right. coincidentally, you could improve this code tremendously:

    <b><div align="top"><font color="000000" size="2">fsrgfgg</font></b></div>

    to:

    <div id="whatever">fsrgfgg</div>

    and your css

    #whatever {
    color: #000;
    font-weight: bold;
    font-size: 0.8em;
    }

    BTW, there is no align="top" in HTML. Its valign="top" if you want it to look that way, and vertical-align: top. I took it out because you wouldn't see it at the top anyways.

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