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  • Hi Marcelo and Axel, I like the idea of using , but the following site http://www.w3schools.com/tags/tag_figcaption.asp says: Browser Support The tag is supported in Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Opera, Chrome, and Safari. Note: Internet Explorer 8 and earlier versions, do not support the tag. Is this comment incorrect? I like the use of for just the image and caption because that...
    Ray Shapp Nov 21, 2013
  • Hi Margaret, John, and Mick, Very helpful replies! @Margaret I like the the inline style because I may have multiple images in some future application. Your example addresses one of my other concerns, i.e., how to provide a margin between the image and surrounding text. Thank you. @John Thanks for citing the tutorial. I know I'll spend some hours with that. @Mick Thanks for info...
    Ray Shapp Nov 20, 2013
  • Hi Wayne, Thanks for the reply. I took your advice and looked up "float", and found a good example at http://www.w3schools.com/css/css_float.asp The code below works on that website, and, although I haven't tried it on my site, it looks like it will work for me. In the paragraph below, we have added an image with style float:right . The result is that the image will float to the...
    Ray Shapp Nov 20, 2013
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  • Hi Group, Please tell me how to write an in-line CSS style that will allow me to specify where an image will appear on a page of text. All my attempts put the image either totally above or totally below the text. The page has six brief paragraphs which are each enclosed in tags. The photo is about 1/3 of the page width, and I would like it to sit flush with the right margin and let...
    Ray Shapp Nov 19, 2013
  • Hi Greg, Axel, and Marcelo, Greg and Axel, you break me up! Marcelo, I thought I did validate the page. When I view source in Firefox, I see an HTML Validator screen that shows 0 errors and 0 warnings. Maybe I tweaked the page after I validated it. Bottom line: With your help (along with a good laugh), I'm now using ID in the table row, and the link behaves as expected, but not...
    Ray Shapp May 18, 2012
  • To All, MSIE v9.0 and Firefox v12.0 both open one of my web pages slightly above the location of an embedded anchor. The link is: http://asterism.org/events/events01.htm#starparty2012-05-19 In both browsers, the page opens about nine lines above the line where the anchor is embedded. That's acceptable, but I'm wondering if that's normal behavior. IOW are the browsers showing me a...
    Ray Shapp May 17, 2012
  • Hi Rudi and Axel, Thank you both. I did Google for this kind of info, but you guys went beyond my original question, and gave me info even more useful. Thanks again. Ray Shapp On Mon, Apr 4, 2011 at 5:58 AM, wrote: > > > Hi Ray, > > > > > should read: > > > but this just sets a border around the table. To apply a border to the > cells, you'd have to explicitly apply the style to...
    Ray Shapp Apr 4, 2011
  • To all, One of my web pages validates in all respects except I get a warning because bordercolor in a tag is proprietary. The following did not produce yellow borders around the cells of the table: The following does produce the desired yellow borders, but it fails validation with the "proprietary" warning. Yes, I know I ought to abandon tables altogether and do all my formatting...
    Ray Shapp Apr 4, 2011
  • Quoting Axel: Firstly they are not even present and after allowing scripting this is what I see: http://berger-odenthal.de/upload/Clipboard01.png That's odd! Here is what I see: http://www.classiccars.ws/testing/ScreenShot004.jpg Notice they use a link title as well as hover pop-up. That's probably because some browsers are deliberately set to ignore JavaScript or are unable to do...
    Ray Shapp Mar 28, 2011
  • Hi Axel and Scott, I'm not sure what you are referring to when you say, "hover-based pop-ups". Please look at the NewEgg website . Just below their "Search" window, they have a yellow nav bar containing eleven categories of product beginning with, "COMPUTER HARDWARE". When I hover over that button, a two-column screen opens containing links for about two dozen sub-categories of...
    Ray Shapp Mar 27, 2011