On 01 Mar 10 11:40 Mike Breiding - Morgantown WV
> Greg, if I was able to "tweak the code" I would not be emailing for
Apologies! I was assuming that you had generated the code.
> I wrote neither the HTML or the CSS, so it is beyond the scope of my
> knowledge/experience to figure out what the rules conflicts, etc
It didn't occur to me that it might be a site inherited from another
I've got to assume that it wasn't code you had just pasted in, because
then, surely, you would take it out and ask a much simpler "How do I
achieve the effect that you see at xxx" question.
I find that people are much more willing to help if they think you'll
learn from their answer and you'll not have to ask a similar question
again in a couple of weeks.
In most cases, it is foolish to present people with an "experts"
question and expect a "beginners" answer. It's much better to present
a beginners question, because then you'll get a answer designed for a
beginner and be able to understand it and learn from it.