border-top help (9 posts)

  1. philpeeps
    Posted 11 years ago #

    Firefox 1.0

    On the 2 pages above I have successfully inserted a nav bar, but the border-top attribute does not show on the gallery page? Any ideas?

    Also is it possible to set the bar that I have positioned below my nav bar as a bottom border or a background image instead of just hardcoding the image in there?

    All the nav bar css is at the bottom of the CSS file.

    Also, I have the same problem with Opera and IE but in IE the border-top never shows and it shows a space between the div and the bar image....


  2. philpeeps
    Posted 11 years ago #


    I have tried about everything and it still acts funny in all browsers, but more so in IE...

  3. Joshua Sigar
    Posted 11 years ago #

    The border in gallery page is hidden by part of header image. If switch between home and gallery, you'll notice that the header image is slightly lower in gallery page; thus, covers the top border.

  4. Joshua Sigar
    Posted 11 years ago #

    The bar below nav bar could be set as background image of #navcontainer.

  5. LittleDragon
    Posted 11 years ago #

    maybe i'm blind, but i tried searching for 'header' in your .css and couldn't find any (header, headerimg, etc).

    if its there, i'm sorry for wasting your time :P

  6. philpeeps
    Posted 11 years ago #

    header is in my index file , I know, I need to move it to my css file....

    I set a top padding for navcontainer and now I get the top borders in all browsers, but in the gallery, it is not centered in IE....

  7. philpeeps
    Posted 11 years ago #

    If anyone has any bright ideas about why I have a gap in my side borders below my nav bar in all browsers, shoot em here.

    Also, whey IE does not center the nav bar on the gallery page...

  8. Joshua Sigar
    Posted 11 years ago #

    What side borders? Don't know what you're refering to.

    In IE 6 the nav bar in centered already.

  9. philpeeps
    Posted 11 years ago #

    sorry, thought I posted my solution...weird!

    I was able to fix all my problems by assigning the div height to the bar based on the image height and specifying a font size of 0 for that div.

    When i did that, IE magically aligned...

    Thanks for the pointers everyone!

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