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I designed a web site using front page. Kearneyscondo.com Although front page shows the correct placement of all my text boxes and pictures when it is previewed after it is published using 1 and 1 hosting everything on the Gallery page disappears into thin air or is all over the place. On other pages the text boxes have overlapped pictures and so on. Can you help with any information or direction? Lieutenant J. Kearney

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  • Kearneygroup Sep 07, 2008

    I reloaded the whole thing again and it looks good for right now.
    Jpegs a little slow to download but that could because of server use.
    I will let you know
    Joe


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The site seems fine , the problem here is the alignment and some image appear to large that it can cover large space of your site.. what you need to do here is to adjust some of your alignment adn everything should look OK after that...

Hope thate helps.........

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I just checked your website and apart from the first message box on the left the reset seem in order.

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Hi J. Kearney

I saw ur website every thing is good. And their no Gallery page disappears into thin air or is all over the place.I verified nothing is happening like u say.Its in working properly...

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Hi,

Initially, pls check with your hosting/provider if they have a webpage creator utility. It is something like FrontPage. The idea is to initially do your pages/site using FrontPage (since I am assuming that you are familiar with it) and to check the final product (before posting) using webpage creator utility. Alternately, there are other programs similar to FrontPage that you may want to consider.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards. Thank you for using FixYa.

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    If I may add, you may want to reduce the number of images/photos, resolution on the 1st page. It takes sometime to open it up. Perhaps you can try using thumbnails and clickable images (that would show hire upon click).

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Hi ,

i'm a webmaster and i advice you to design your website as i do , if you're experienced with html and css you can easily design your web as you want ,
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Hi,
if you can post the screen shot, what is happening we would be able to help you better.



thanks
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