Well howdy there userinos. I've seemed to have gotten myself into a jam of a jar here with. You see, I was working on my layout here when suddenly, I caught a sna-diddly-dag in the coding. It seems that the following line, well just doesn't want to work:
Now I don't want to be some kind of "nosy neighborino" but do you think you could give it the ol' college try? I asked le-diddly-dee-ding-dang-dong-dung-dilly-dole-de-la-dilleod what he made of it and he tol-diddly-old me there was literally no reason why it wouldn't work. So before giving up hope I was curious if anybody else could help me with my problem. Not that I'm calling you wrong leod. I just want a second opinion.
The HTML in this box right here. So if you want to give it a looksi-loo, just quote this post!
Tha-diddly-danks in adva-diddly-dance!
E-ding-dang-doodle-dit: Whoops, almost forgot to post a link for reference. See how the bar is over the link? Well, the hover and active both work, but once you visit the site it never triggers the visited. Not only that, but the colors don't even change anymore! If you know why I would love some help.
Oh, well that slightly unfortunate. Thanks for sharing that though.
e: It's a good thing that whatever decoration is on :link carries over.
Just one more question while I'm here. If you'll look you'll see that this text is going to go through my picture here. Could someone please tell me how to stop that from happening? Also if that code is different for code and quote boxes please don't hesitate to share that one too. :)
Also please stop using such generic classes. Do at least add [your username]- as a prefix to all those css classes so your layout doesn't randomly clash with site css or layouts by other people who don't understand how classes work.
Hi, so I've been messing around with this layout for a while, and I've hit a few snags I'd like help with:
1) My layout seems to have a 1px border/margin around it, probably an easy fix I'm too oblivious to see
2) I want two sig boxes that would look something along the lines of this. However I am not sure how to do this without using margins and I know that margins wouldn't work for people with different monitor sizes so I'm curious if there's a way to do it.
So yeah, my .css is here and you can quote my post for my html.
Thanks in advance!
My layout seems to have a 1px border/margin around it, probably an easy fix I'm too oblivious to see.
This is just the default SMW Central margin then your posts won't touch the table borders if you don't have a layout. You can disable it on your profile by unchecking the 'disable layout padding' option.
I want two sig boxes that would look something along the lines of this. However I am not sure how to do this without using margins and I know that margins wouldn't work for people with different monitor sizes so I'm curious if there's a way to do it.
It's something with relative and absolute and z-position, and I'm not really good at it. Alcaro (or maybe someone else) is gonna give a good code for you though.
Well thanks to sharp-witted Ladida I got the problem solved.
I needed the text box to use position: relative and the two sig boxes to use position: absolute. Then used both top:/bottom: and left:/right: to align them properly and bada-boom I got it. Although min-width doesn't work anymore but that's okay with me.
Also the 1px margin was from embeding the layout and not an actual problem. So yeah.