Can I suggest that you set a min-height value on your container div as it looks better if all pages are at least the same size and only growing and not shrinking with content.
my container has a height of 950px (too big?). I think its the size of the main_container (should be main_content but i have a feeling if i change it, it will mess up) that is affecting the varying heights and sizes if thats what you are on about? If i set my main_container to a set height will it not screw up the content if it couple of images in a row? Like i have two images in the main_container at 700px high, and so if i set the height of the main_container to say 650px will it not crop and change things?-i think something like that happened before so i took out the height. Although the main_content is a Editable Region
I learn by doing and my wife complains about the time that it takes.
Amen to that!
Your site is looking much better now.
Thanks. I think it looks and works WAY better than my last website, if you remember it.
TBH i think you would make a better teacher than this guy we had, if you paired up with the lecture we had last year then DAMN, awesome class...
Sorry another Q.
I'm trying to get rid of this table http://www.craigleaper.co.uk/site_map.html
, is it going to work through creating a separate CSS and call it table and apply it as a 'class' or through a different property panel.
Oh and for some reason the odd page does not seem affected by:
but can be done with a 'Class' tag to stop it.
. For example on this page http://www.craigleaper.co.uk/site_map.html
the 'site map' link from the template is working by the use of <style> but the 'facebook' written link is affected by the 'Class': .links.
EDIT: hmm it might be working with <style> alone now... Interesting
If i had the software on a non trial, I would invest in a dreamweaver book of sort and stop bugging people lol