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Help with navigation (and css)

hello!

Please help me, i`m in troble with my navigation bar...

http://www.orientdienst.de/test/test.html

(the css is http://www.orientdienst.de/css/style.css)

I want the navigation bar in the middle, between the Blue-Head at the top an
the yellow block. In two of 5 Browsers it's ok.... Can you test it with
YOUR Browser and have anybody a hint for me?

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Greetings from germany
claus Peter
Jul 21 '05 #1
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Claus Walny wrote:
hello!

Please help me, i`m in troble with my navigation bar...

http://www.orientdienst.de/test/test.html

(the css is http://www.orientdienst.de/css/style.css)

I want the navigation bar in the middle, between the Blue-Head at the top an
the yellow block. In two of 5 Browsers it's ok.... Can you test it with
YOUR Browser and have anybody a hint for me?


The navigation bar is beautifully placed in the
three browsers I use. I don't give a d**m about
where the navigation menu is, as long as it works...
But the page is too wide for my screen, so I get a
horizontal scrollbar, and the logo doesn't have an
alt-text which is required in case images aren't
displayed. I'd recommend you take care of this
first. I know you didn't ask, but anyways...

Screenshots: http://home.no.net/ingernet/orientdienst/

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Inger Helene Falch-Jacobsen
Jul 21 '05 #2
Hello Inger!

Thanks a lot for your help! The horizontal scrollbar is fixed...
I`ve played with the colour of the nav-bar....
The navigation bar is beautifully placed in the
three browsers I use.
But when you look exactly at your screendumps, the navbar is in IE only in
the (blue) header, in firefox in the middle and in opera more in the yellow
box... that's the problem i write in my first news.
I don't give a d**m about where the navigation menu is, as long as it
works... You have a better hint for me?

...and the logo doesn't have an
alt-text which is required in case images aren't
displayed.


I load the logo in the css with:

#titel {
width: 100%;
height : 100px;
margin : 0;
padding : 0;
background : url(/bilder/background-test1.jpg) #0515a4 top left no-repeat;
text-align: left;
}

there is no "alt" tag in css, isn`t it?

--
greetings from southern germany
Claus Peter

Jul 21 '05 #3
Claus Walny wrote:
Hello Inger!

Thanks a lot for your help! The horizontal scrollbar is fixed...
Well done! It adapts very well to my screen now.
I`ve played with the colour of the nav-bar....
I'm functionally color blind, so I can't tell you
if it's better or worse...
The navigation bar is beautifully placed in the
three browsers I use.

But when you look exactly at your screendumps, the navbar is in IE only in
the (blue) header, in firefox in the middle and in opera more in the yellow
box... that's the problem i write in my first news.


It's just that I don't see it as a problem, but if
you are lucky someone else here will help you. All
I can say is that you may have to juggle with
margin and padding which the three browsers
interpret differntly.
...and the logo doesn't have an
alt-text which is required in case images aren't
displayed.

I load the logo in the css with:

#titel {
width: 100%;
height : 100px;
margin : 0;
padding : 0;
background : url(/bilder/background-test1.jpg) #0515a4 top left no-repeat;
text-align: left;
}


Frankly, I didn't notice that...
there is no "alt" tag in css, isn`t it?


Exactly. That's why you shouldn't have your logo
(or any other meaningful text) as a background
image. Try to place it in the <body> instead!

--
Inger Helene Falch-Jacobsen
http://home.online.no/~ingerfaj/
Jul 21 '05 #4

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