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blue_lurker

Location: Australia

Post Tue Jun 12, 2012 5:02 am   Reply with quote         


Ok been developing this web page for a test idea I have used the home putor looks bloody ausome...but when I go to open it on my laptop it looks shit all out of position and icons out of shape.

Now its being developed for use on a USB not to be placed on the internet so it needs to be usable on all sized putors. Any help would be great...

Fixa if you read this pm me and we can talk about using your skills if the company aproves the test/disply idea




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UntExp

Location: Ladispoli, Italia

Post Tue Jun 12, 2012 5:27 am   Reply with quote         


did you use the CSS?




blue_lurker

Location: Australia

Post Tue Jun 12, 2012 8:48 am   Reply with quote         


Um whats the CSS?




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blue_lurker

Location: Australia

Post Tue Jun 12, 2012 9:04 am   Reply with quote         


Idesigned it in dream weaver and it looks good, open in FF looks good, open it in IE and it looks grap.

So what am I doing wrong.




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Zoeon

Location: Belgium

Post Tue Jun 12, 2012 9:05 am   Reply with quote         


blue_lurker wrote:
Um whats the CSS?
cascading style sheets




blue_lurker

Location: Australia

Post Tue Jun 12, 2012 9:06 am   Reply with quote         


Zoeon wrote:
blue_lurker wrote:
Um whats the CSS?
cascading style sheets


Ok I knew that but why do I need to use it.
I created the page in HTML




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Post Wed Jun 20, 2012 9:28 am   Reply with quote         


If your base design has been done in Photoshop, then you might want to look at SiteGrinder to get that design as HTML/CSS.

But distributing on a USB can be a bit of a hassle. Internet Explorer won't run Javascript for directly viewed files without the user granting permission. And when IE asks for this permission it does so in the worst way, making it sound like your page is infected or something "This web page is trying to perform unknown ActiveX operations, are you sure you want to allow it?" You'll have to be careful with this no matter how you create the page. In the case of SiteGrinder, buttons and rollovers will work fine but you'll have to be careful if you want to use the advanced SG features like galleries, accordions, animation, etc. as those all leverage Javascript. For a page served from a webserver this isn't a problem. Only for directly run files in IE.




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