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How to make top nav menu and heading1 not be less than a minimum amount. i.e. stay on one line.


I am trying to have valid css in IE 5.5 and above and for Mozilla...

I also would like a min-width kind of setting for my top horizontal nav menu
and the heading1.

It works good in FireFox 1.06 but not in IE 6.x
http://www.officeactivate.com/index.shtml

What would you do? I don't think I want to use a table. If I specify width
for the <h1> tag it does not look good when resizing.
Aug 13 '05 #1
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Dan V. wrote:
I am trying to have valid css in IE 5.5 and above and for Mozilla...
But not for Lynx? Opera? Googlebot?
I also would like a min-width kind of setting for my top horizontal
nav menu and the heading1.

It works good in FireFox 1.06 but not in IE 6.x
MSIE/Win is woefully lacking in useful css support.
http://www.officeactivate.com/index.shtml
http://validator.w3.org/check?uri=ht...om/index.shtml

Please validate your markup before asking for help.
What would you do? I don't think I want to use a table.
Table? Is this tabular data? I already see table markup that almost
certainly does not represent tabular data.
If I specify width for the <h1> tag it does not look good when
resizing.


Specify it in em units.

--
Brian
(waves at group: 'hi all, it's been a while')

Aug 13 '05 #2
Brian <us*****@julietremblay.com.invalid> wrote:
--
Brian
(waves at group: 'hi all, it's been a while')


Must have been the mother of all house moves ;-)

Welcome back.

Btw, what have you done with Neal? (he disappeared the same time you
did)

--
Spartanicus
Aug 13 '05 #3
Spartanicus wrote:
Brian wrote:

--
Brian
(waves at group: 'hi all, it's been a while')

Must have been the mother of all house moves ;-)


ROTFL!
Btw, what have you done with Neal? (he disappeared the same time you
did)


Why do you think I've been hiding out so long? ;-) (They'll never
find the body! NEVER!!)

--
Brian
Aug 15 '05 #4

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