I think I will give it the 'ol grad school try.
And about why I have so jolly many div items...
I am starting a really, really large website. I am going to have
articles that I want to keep for a long time on there, and I want
them to be able to alter the formatting as much as I can.
For instance, say I want to place the headings just above and to the
left of the small blocks of text they represent? Not too hard with
CSS. A royal pain with tables.
Also...I saw www.csszengarden.com and got a little CSS-happy. But I
think it is working out nicely, because I can really easily format
all sorts of stuff. And, it seems to force me to have to learn a lot
of things I wouldn't have otherwise known. (For instance, I now know
more about HTML & CSS than I ever thought I would.)
I'll let you know how the "replace close text with a graphic" thing
> Glad that v4.00 fixed your problems. There were a lot of changes in
> that version versus 3.51 that corrected a lot of problems and one of
> those were how the mouse's position was being determined. That got
> corrected very early in the cycle.
> I would say offhand that you could do the same thing that is done in
> the page that you reference here but I can't say for sure since I
> haven't looked at it recently. Why don't you give it a try?