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outatime88

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This is driving me nuts. I have alternating style sheets that you can cycle through on my page to make the text bigger or smaller. The problem is that if you make the text bigger it also makes the text in the drop down menus bigger. And the text stretches way outside the drop down menu boxes. How do I make the alternate style sheets ignore the drop down menus? I used fireworks to create the drop down menus, and their done in javascript. here is the site: www.yourhearing.net
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This is driving me nuts. I have alternating style sheets that you can cycle through on my page to make the text bigger or smaller. The problem is that if you make the text bigger it also makes the text in the drop down menus bigger. And the text stretches way outside the drop down menu boxes. How do I make the alternate style sheets ignore the drop down menus? I used fireworks to create the drop down menus, and their done in javascript. here is the site: www.yourhearing.net


Why not specify a style for the drop down menu?
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I have tried to specify a style for the drop down menus. Either it won't work. Or I'm not placing it in the right spot.
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Another problem I have. I have set up a database. I need to create a form to search the database and show the results. I'm thinking of using cgi/perl. Can I use this? If so can anyone give me an example of how to do it?

Edited by outatime88, 07 December 2006 - 10:47 AM.

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