[oclug] Slightly OT: Need Help With Web Page
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Wed Nov 26 15:20:58 EST 2003
How old, because there are still people out there using v3 and earlier
browsers...browsers that will *not* recognise CSS; I know there are sites
out there with a similiar layout like mine -- as Rod says -- but most of
them are using straight HTML and no CSS.
P.S. Wasn't there a debate before on how we should be able to post how we
On Wed, 26 Nov 2003 14:36:16 -0500, "Christopher Price"
<chris.price at webapps.ca> said:
> Michael Lauzon wrote:
> > Rod,
> > Well, if that is the case...then I guess the site will be using frames --
> > unless I can find someone who can design the HTML better -- as I am
> > unwilling to go the CSS route because onlyn v4+ browsers understand CSS.
> > Michael
> Hi Michael,
> Do not go to frames. In general they really detract from the
> maintainability of a Web site. I think you just need to re-work the
> HTML. Here is an example of a site that uses CSS, but still works fine
> on older browsers:
> It has a similar navigation to yours and can be used as a solid example
> to base your Web site on. If you have any specific questions on how it
> was put together please feel free to contact me off list.
> > On Wed, 26 Nov 2003 10:48:11 -0500 (EST), "Rod Giffin"
> > <rod at giffinscientific.com> said:
> >>Michael Lauzon said:
> >>>I know about the menu streching, if you go to any other page it's
> >>>fine...it's the index page that needs to be fixed. I think the index
> >>>page needs to be redesigned...we may end up using frames, oh well.
> >>The other pages don't actually work. They only appear to work because
> >>they don't stretch the left hand column yet because there isn't enough
> >>content on the right hand side.
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> Christopher Price
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