Good question... I dunno what is the answer. I'll do some investigation and get back to you if I got an decent answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably can help you..
I SEE I SEE! I wonder why that little bit of code does that - I sort of like the way that looks on the page but..oh well! I'd rather have it nice to view. Thanks so much. I bet I spent a good 20 or more hours fooling around with my tables and such - knew I should have popped in here first!.
Hi Jeni, just a small issue, check out your home page on 1024x768, some of the elements need to be centred (they are currently right-aligned and overlapping the sidebars) I think this would make it "compatible" to both resolutions. I've not checked the other pages, but maybe you could have a look..
Jeni jeni jeni.... how you doing girl.
I thought you would have caught on when we tell everyone to use table widths in the % range. the reason you get the funny page when the browser window is smaller is because you have static tables on there. use width="100% or width="50% that way it will position itself correctly..
I also get a bottom horizontal bar on almost every page, but after seeing you not using %'s that is the problem..
Looking good, by the way...
Okay - thanks so much for asking! I've been really cracking down here working at all of this. I'm building myself a new iPage site and I'm on my own so it's been quite the challenge..
I know, I know...see, that's what happens when I stay away too long and I am duly ashamed. (head is hanging down in shame..).
This is a new one for me - here we go again - but I'm aiming to learn. So, how does one then figure the percentage? (I stink at math as bad as I do at graphics). I have seen that in coding, but haven't a clue just how to figure it. Any tips on that or anyplace I can get myself a little crash course? And thanks for the heads up..
Aw, gee. thanks. A middle aged gal like me always loves to hear that - although I"m not really blond. I just act like one too often. Sad thing is, I don't do it on purpose!.
I've been nick-named "blondie" in the past so I when I found that icon I thought - hey, why not!.
PS - we need a "blush" face on here, too....
All you do is make the main table (if you have one) 100%. if you don't just insert a percentage and if it is not enough then add more. there is no real way to figure it out..
See how easy that was.....
Thanks- I'll do some playing around with it on a test page - that way I won't mess up my real pages - and I know I would!.
I did get everything straightened out on the pages now. Without the dopey scrolling into the black, I was able to see where I goofed some - I was so fixated on thinking my coding was wrong I did things that really made a royal mess! Lol...I really did have to laugh sometimes and the way the page would look on my screen - good heaven's! A webmasters nightmare, I'm sure!.
Thanks again for the tip...