Question about Adobe PageMaker V7.0.2 for PC
I have run into these two problems many times.
Theys hi-jack my ability to complete the design.
What happens is I set up the external css, such as .nav, #nav.li, #nav.ul, etc. for a nav background image( .gif) and the text link names in front of the image. The link names are lined up but the image is not visible. I go to view the GoLive file in IE and Safari, and there is the image right where it's supposed to be. But I NEED to see it in GoLive to complete my design, otherwise I am working blind. AND... many times the whole nav div will be hiding to the right where I can see the left edge of it in the space between the header (775 px width) and the wrapper (785px width)
This happens a lot. I have used float left in my css to get the nav div to be visible... but my css code friends are saying I should not need the float left... and, I have other css code that the float left interfers with.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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