On Tue, 15 Jul 2003 15:27:39 -0700, "Adam M." <adamm> wrote:
Your page looks pretty good from where I am. I like the traditional L>I'm trying to redesign my website and am having trouble figuring out how to
>get the width to go across the entire screen.
>I got the page to adjust to the top and to the left but I don't know how to
>fix my width problem.
>It seems that when I hit the refresh button it works but not unless I hit
>refresh. What is going on?
>You can see the website at
>[url]http://www.dartsharks.com/test[/url] . Any suggestions would be great!
>Dreamweaver MX - using templates
shape navigation, and the colour scheme works well. The page fits the
width in IE6, Mozilla, Netscape7, and Opera7.
A minor point. The page has 12 html errors, when checked at
Now 12 is not very many when a page is first up. My own first page
still has 2 errors, due to use of Flash, and the second page has 40
error when I first put it up. So 12 errors won't take lon.
4 of them are in the body tag. The leftmargin, topmargin, marginwidth
and marginheight attributes don'r really exist and shouldn't be used.
The margins can be set by applying a CSS style to the body tag. You
have use a height attribute for a table. This attribute also doesn't
exist under proper html code standards. It's not necessary, anyway,
and can be safely deleted without causing problems. The images you
have used will hold the height of the table. The rest are just alt
attributes you have missed off images - very important for
accessibilty. You could have that lot polished off in a couple of
minutes, at which point w3c will give you a nice "sticker" to put on
your page, which will look impressive for any other prospective
customers you might have.