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HTMLHelp Forums _ Cascading Style Sheets _ CSS Div Style Conflicts?

Posted by: UptonGirl Nov 4 2011, 09:02 PM

If you look here: http://elbarney.com/accessibility/index.html you'll see a main content div (right) and a sidebar div (left) both (in theory) with the same styling other than text size and line height (the ones I am referring to both have white backgrounds) But, the link styles for the sidebar are not behaving as they should. They should have the same styles in each state as the main content div to the right. I can't find the conflict.

There are a number of things wrong with this site (other than the fact that most of the content has not, yet, been added - though most of it is ready to go in) The main navigation bar to the left went nuts when I tried to add a current page marker with this method: > http://alt-web.com/Articles/Persistent-Page-Indicator.shtml < and the links are now FUBAR. blink.gif I can imagine a number of reasons why, but don't know which one to start with! I am trying to avoid the use of JavaScript with this site as much as I can.

Any help you can offer with either, or both, of these problems would be appreciated.

Thank you!

Posted by: UptonGirl Nov 4 2011, 10:57 PM

QUOTE(UptonGirl @ Nov 4 2011, 10:02 PM) *

If you look here: http://elbarney.com/accessibility/index.html

There are a number of things wrong with this site (other than the fact that most of the content has not, yet, been added - though most of it is ready to go in) The main navigation bar to the left went nuts when I tried to add a current page marker with this method: > http://alt-web.com/Articles/Persistent-Page-Indicator.shtml < and the links are now FUBAR. blink.gif I can imagine a number of reasons why, but don't know which one to start with! I am trying to avoid the use of JavaScript with this site as much as I can.



Thank you!


Well, I did manage to beat the div style issue into submission. the larger problem with the menu remains.

Posted by: pandy Jan 29 2020, 06:42 AM

There must be a DNS problem. elbarney.com can't be found. Could very well be in my end.

Posted by: pandy Jan 29 2020, 06:44 AM

Yep, I think it's in my end. tracert gets nowhere.

Posted by: Christian J Jan 29 2020, 07:19 AM

QUOTE(pandy @ Jan 29 2020, 12:42 PM) *

There must be a DNS problem. elbarney.com can't be found. Could very well be in my end.

This topic is from 2011 (it got revived by a spammer that I've banned now). tongue.gif

Posted by: pandy Jan 29 2020, 09:28 AM

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