Also make sure that you are calling it from the right directory. From what i understand from your post, the first one (that doesn't show up) you call via going into the images folder and then finding the logo, whereas the second one you mention, you call it straight from the folder that your html page is in.

It's on all the machines :(

i just don't know anymore. the other sites work fine so it's not that it's a certain machine, server or browser.

Thank you for your help in any way.

if i do come across a solution i will post an update for future reference :)

unfortunately i can't. as per my previous comments, this site is strictly client confidential... i wish i could because it's difficult talking about a problem and expecting others to help when they don't even really know whats going on.

sorry guys!

hi cereal, thanks for the reply. i did download it and ran the site and did as you explained. however nothing is changing...

the strange thing is that opera, chrome, safari and IE reads the styles... its just FF. my first thoughts was that it was the session code in the address but if it was then none of the other styles sheets would render.

i also thought that it might be some settings on the server, but if that was the case all of the other sites would have done the same thing, but they don't.

i'm puzzled.

however, as per my last post on the other thread, it was not 'n client requirement and since this is not a public site, the client is happy with working as it currently does...

thanks for your help!

if all else fails just create a table and style your td's accordingly.

this will be the easiest solution i think :D

i'm not sure if i'm actually aloud to post a link to another forum, but here is the whole discussion since i can't delete this post:
[URL="http://www.sitepoint.com/forums/showthread.php?t=717566"]http://www.sitepoint.com/forums/showthread.php?t=717566[/URL]

If you have any feedback, please do post it on daniweb as you found this on daniweb :D ...

thank you in advance :)

Okay, so either i'm a complete idiot or i have the right to be fully irritated.

I've designed a website that runs perfectly on my local machine and internal test servers in IE and FF but when i uploaded it to our live server FF stopped reading the style sheet. It still works perfectly in IE, Chrome, Safari and Opera. This is the strangest thing that has ever happened to me.

I tried to google my problem and i see that people keep on mentioning the text type but in my case it is correct. it is text/css so i still don't know why. It can't be the server either because other website i've done runs perfectly from the same live server in all browsers.

is there perhaps a hack i put onto my pages for that specific website...

hope someone can help :D

thanks in advance!

okay... seems like i'm lost now. the above picture is what you are looking for, right? so then it's 'solved'?

if i actually understand correctly what it is that you are saying (that you want a border at the bottom of your navigation) then you just need to add the border class to your ul

[code]
ul{
list-style-type:none;
border-bottom:2px solid #000000;
}
[/code]

well, either js or save it as gif

i would suggest gif. the image size will be smaller and it will help with people who have js turned off.

it would help if you actually say what your issue is...

for your text, you need to specify this in your td as well... like so

[code]

Lorem Ipsum

[/code]

why don't you just create a seperate page with all of that in and call it with an include function?

[code]

[/code]

on your include page you include your javascript and styles etc..

okay cool, so problem solved?! :D

mmm... can you send me some code that you already have?

you will most probably have to say float to the side you want with your z-index adjusted and then have the fixed width in pixels but your height on 100%.

you will need to use conditional commenting for your style sheets. make sure that it displayes correctly for webkit and mozilla and then create another style sheet for your ie style. you call it like this then on your page.

[code]

[/code]

you will need to use conditional commenting for your style sheets. make sure that it displayes correctly for webkit and mozilla and then create another style sheet for your ie style. you call it like this then on your page.

[code]

[/code]

OMW!! hahahahaha!!!! that is perfect!!! thank you soooo much!!!

I dub myself an idiot and you a genius!!!

I really hope someone can help me. this is mind boggling and driving me crazy!

I'm busy with a site design and have a div with a background image on the page, that in essence falls inside a table that is on the master page. I've been trying to adjust the image to be behind the table image with z-index but no such luck to get it to work... any ideas??

I've cleanded up the coding so that you don't see stuff that is not relevant to you so basically it is just the table and div that you will see... etc.

here is my HTML

[code]

                   

 

 

[/code]

and CSS

[code]

maintable {
border:none;
border-collapse:collapse;
width:100%;
height:100%;
margin:0 auto;
position:relative;
z-index:10;

}

maintable tr {
border:none;
border-collapse:collapse;

}

maintable td {
border:none;
border-collapse:collapse;
text-align:center;

}

maintable td.lefttopcorner {
background-image:url(../Images/lefttopcorner.gif);
background-repeat:no-repeat;

}

maintable td.righttopcorner {
background-image:url(../Images/righttopcorner.gif);
background-repeat:no-repeat;

}

maintable td.leftbottomcorner {
background-image:url(../Images/leftbottomcorner.gif);
background-repeat:no-repeat;

}

maintable td.rightbottomcorner {
background-image:url(../Images/rightbottomcorner.gif);
background-repeat:no-repeat;

}

maintable td.top {
background-image:url(../Images/Top.gif);
background-repeat:repeat-x;

}

maintable td.bottom {
background-image:url(../Images/Bottom.gif);
background-repeat:repeat-x; ...

There is another thread that could help you as well because a lot of people commented with various solutions :)
[url]http://www.daniweb.com/forums/thread60126.html[/url]

you will have to create another style sheet (or section within your style sheet) that works with IE6 and call it with conditional commenting

you should always try and use % and em. fixed widths are okay but fonts should always be in em.

you can go to w3schools. they have good tutorials on there that follows strict web standards.

if you use .net C# it is really easy. i would say much easier than useing php, mysql, ajax and javascript. you can create multiple pages with the products then and set the coding on your dropdown to show different pages / iframes when a certain item in you dropdown box is selected

the xml site map that is generated, is used for google etc to rank your website better based on all the content that you have and the relevance and linking to each page.

i think the site map you are looking for will have to be set up yourself (if you did your own website) with html / php / aspx (whatever type of site you have) and then you can upload and link it to your site.

what you are asking is for us to basically explain the whole way that tables, divs and spans work?? think that you can read up on it with the web standards etc on:
[url]http://www.w3schools.com/[/url]

see... problem solved

wow... you are also in that warp zone were people believe that templates are just as good so why pay more for a designer!

Difference: a template is standard and a lot of people will be using that very same template so it does not make you unique and you will loose the focus of the client. It will also not be specific to the company branding and standards. Does a template do SEO and cool little web tricks for you? It will take an advance computer literate person quite some time to figure out how to edit and add the most simple of tools with templates.

If all the websites looked the same, would any body even be bothered to look at competitors sites and find the site that works well for them? Maybe we all should also dress the same, with the same haircut, nail length and shoes. Only difference is that we are aloud to have our own hair color (that is also pre-defined to blond, brown, red and black). You are aloud to have your own thoughts but you are only aloud to use your word structure in certain ways.

For some people templates work well but for most, i would not say so.

Maybe I’m the idiot if I believe that the future is for designers as the world is still growing and there is a huge difference between someone like yourself and a professional web designer who knows the ins and outs of web ...

i'm not 100% sure, but my guess is that you used the special characters and not their codes when you created the pages initially, besides that, you can't use special characters (should really not) and rather use the code, for instance:

" should be "
' should be ·

etc. so you should go and change it in any way if it is giving you gibberish symbols

i would suggest that you use conditional commenting then. create it correctly for FF and use the conditional comments to overwrite it for IE to work properly

mmm... try changing your margin-left from margin-left:2px to margin-left:-10px

if that does not work, you will have to tweak it in your html, for instance:

[code]

[/code]

cool. You know where to post if you have any other questions!

have fun creating your site :)