I would like to know the answer too. Anyone here know what is the answer to that question. I'll do some Googling and get back to you if I find an answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably know..
1) seems like it's at the very left here. i'm on Mozilla 1.2.
2) move that text up to the top row. it'd be best to insert a whole new column, and align that <td> to the right. prolly have to put a line break after as well, else it'll be ON the blue line, which is part of the cell background (on subsequent rows, add.
To the <p> tag to center that text..
4) not sure if I understand that (next to) last question..
5) gotta split for now, i'll check back later to see how it's coming along..
<b>Last but not least i'd like a text links menu to the left side centered but can't seem to work in the code</b><< this question?.....or the one below?.
For the above question I want to make a text menu of links to get to other pages....and this one below.....
In the current format when I add text and remove it..the images move apart differing widths vertically making things look messy and uneven....so some images will be spaced evenly and others will not......so i'm thinkin to put the text/property description where it is but when you mouse over you get the full description...does that make more sense?.
I'm going to work on the others you mentioned after dinner thanks!.
Oh there is one other thing I'd like to do....see the first set of images for Lake Crowley Place, i've got a good mouse over going for the image and map.....is there a way to do the same with the text to the left of the images? Or add a description text in with the images...?.
If I continue with the current format i'll have to have a second page for the text descriptions because they are longer than what you're seeing.....or put all the text in that area which will skew the pictures up making them uneven between each vertically because there are differing amounts of text for each property description.....any ideas there......see an example of it.
My top left header gif georgiaheader2 isn't at the very left....what am I doing wrong?.
Is it possible you've done such a good job blending the.
Image, you can't tell the image has a built-in.
Margin, that matches the background exactly, so you can't even tell if it is flush against the edge?.
Unless of course you use Internet Explorer, you can tell by highlighting the image. Just like you highlight text, by pulling the cursor across the image while holding the left button..
My two links for index and homes for lease are not at the bottom of the image georgiaheadertile2 ....I want them right above the blue how do I do that?.
Right now you have a table with two rows:.
Instead what you want is two columns:.
If you want to keep the orange below the blue line, you will want a table with both:.
(The above are simplified and are stripped of background tags).
<td align="right" valign="bottom"> two links <br> &nbsp; </td>.
Like transmothra 2).
Our properties image and the search text to center over the property area links....?.
The easiest thing to do is insert.
Tag directly above/adjacent to the image.
Take this line: <td height="0" rowspan="2">.
And change it to: <td align="center" rowspan="2">..
And why on gods green earth do you have height="0" in there?.
It will center the the search text entry box & button & radio buttons too. Minor difference..
You can also split the "outer" table into two rows, similar to the idea in.
, but it gets a little messy; you'd need rowspan=2. Try the above.
First - see if you like the cheap fix..
Last but not least i'd like a text links menu to the left side centered.
I have a mouse over that makes images get bigger. Can this be done with text to left?.
(I think that's what you mean)..
Neat javascipt! Never seen it before. Probably doesn't work in Netscape 4.x. But I highly doubt text can be modified by rollovers..
Or add a description text in with the images...?.
The alt tag works for short descriptions, like <img src="cat.gif" alt="My tabby cat is so cuddly"> But after reading the paragraph that followed and looking at your sample page,.
I believe you want both a big picture and a lot of text to appear simultaneously when you rollover..
Alas. It won't all fit on the same screen. May I suggest instead you stick with the.
Design you are using on.
Or you can click the small image to load a page.
Another HTML page.
With a closeup picture and a description.
You described a symptom of otherwise scrunching yourself..
< b >Last but not least ... the code< /b >.
[b] and [/b] works better. In the.
No I don't want the orange line to show.
On number 4 I want a menu on the left side of the page, is that more clear...sorry fuzzy headed from sinus headache.
5 yes the text to the left of the image thumbnails I was wanting a mouse over and you get a fuller description. had a 14 yr old kid help me with that mouse over for the images when others said it couldn't be done.
I'll work on this later today have to go out for a bit.
Thanks for your help!..