3863Re: Almost Finished - Re: [NH] Multiple Browser CSS
- May 23, 2003Greg,
Thanks, as in my previous reply, I too, am leaning toward tables, unless CSS
has a multi-browser way to do it.
On an intranet with everyone required to have the same browser this is easy.
In ten years when we can paint a screen on the wall, will we still have to
allow for the people still using CRT's & LCD's??? ;-)
Greg Chapman wrote:
> Hi Larry,
>> Any other comments/suggestions are welcome!
> Just noticed a "dummy button" to the left of the "Home" button too!
> As to how to get the sidenav bar to extend to the bottom of the
> I don't see how the "floating navbar" technique can work, unless used
> with a fixed length page. After all "float" is designed to force
> other material to wrap around the object. You've got to have
> something in that object or the other object will fill its space. In
> other words, you need to introduce something which will guarantee
> that the navbar equals the length of the object that is attempting to
> wrap round it. Using a fixed length is one approach. Given the
> desirability of making text in the main part of the window resizable
> and to allow for different sizes of window I can't think of an
> alternative - beyond using a completely different technique.
> While I approve of the Shawn Morton's desire to use a style sheet to
> get rid of unnecessary HTML bloat, I still see the <TABLE> tags as
> the easiest way to produce a navbar that will always reach to the
> bottom of the page.
> Tell me I'm wrong, someone!
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