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I need a little help with a CSS based template I'm trying to create for my website....if anyone has the time (and the patience^^) to umm...sort of tutor me, I'd really appreciate it!^^
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Is the template, related files and all images online? If not, zip the whole lot and attach them to a post with what help you need. Will find the time to help.


Edited by Major Payne, 20 September 2007 - 03:07 PM.

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Why not start here: http://www.w3schools...css/default.asp

and then come back if you run into trouble after that? It's a great resource and you get some hands-on learning...
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Topic brought back per Alyx's request.

Alyx, what are the issues you are having with CSS for your website? If you give us specific things we can help you with, things will go a lot more quickly. You could also post your CSS here inside Posted Image (code tags) so that we can gain a better understanding of what problems there might be.


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