telophase: (Default)
Anyone who does CSS here ever made Adobe Garamond Pro work with Chrome? It's putting letters on top of each other, regardless of the eltter-spacing property, but it displays just fine in IE and Firefox.


Yeah, thought not. :/


Jun. 29th, 2010 01:04 pm
telophase: (Mello - bite my ass)
Working on a blog design for work. The blog posts are staying nicely to the left, as they should. The top of the sidebar is staying nicely to the right, as it should.

The two sidebar columns below the top part of it have decided that they want to hang out in the middle of the posts, instead of staying nicely in the sidebar, and everything I do either does nothing, sends them so far to the right that they're off the browser window, or puts them below the sidebar top ... directly on top of each other.


The only light at the end of the tunnel so far is that they're CONSISTENT in their wrong placement between Firefox and IE.
telophase: (shikamaru - screw you i'm going home)
CSS. Still sucking. And I'm not even complaining about the differences in display between browsers: it is failing to work equally in all of them.


Jun. 25th, 2009 10:58 am
telophase: (Mello - bite my ass)
CSS can bite Mello's fabulous ass.

That is all.


Jul. 23rd, 2008 03:52 pm
telophase: (Mello - bite my ass)
Anyone with CSS knowledge here know why the ConDFW logo on the ConDFW page sits nicely and neatly over to the left top in Firefox but sits squat in the middle in IE7?

The relevant (possibly) CSS styling under the cut.

cut for code )

Off to get a haircut!

In order to forestall the helpful-intention comments that I usually get which don't help because they don't relate to the actual question I asked:

1) I don't give a damn if the site validates. We're not a government institution.

2) I'm using Wordpress, as shown by the little credits bar in the footer. This means that I don't have that much control over the placement of all the elements on the page without getting into the guts of the theme programming and the ENTIRE POINT of using Wordpress is to AVOID getting into the guts of coding. So don't worry about letting me know that you don't like (X) type of design, because chances are I'm not going to be able to change it. Bugs that render parts of the site unusable excepted, of course.

3) Anyone who wants to argue either of the above two is cordially invited to code their own version of this site. Keep in mind it's going to have to include a robust content management system that allows non-coders to update the site *and* manages guest/panelist bios that we keep from year to year (with some guests returning, some not) *and* has a shopping cart attached so we can sell t-shirts and memberships. Yeah. I didn't think so.

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