March 9th, 2004, 12:47 AM
CSS: Defining own styles
I've read up, and have always used a bit of CSS. I'm redoing my site, and noticed something different between Mozilla and IE.
Personally, I'd ditch IE, but 98% of my viewers use it, so I can't. Basically, in IE, the following works:
When I run it in IE though, it basically ignores the self-defined tag, and requires me to use a pre-defined keyword. I don't want to use "P", b/c it carries the html<P> tag characteristics... a new line in this case.
<myown>This is my text</myown>
March 9th, 2004, 12:55 AM
you need to specify whether it is a # or . ...
use this if you are going to use the class more than once on a page
for this case you would specify in the HTML
<div class="myown">This is my text</div>
if you use a # instead of a . then you should only use this element ONCE per page. the HTML would look like this.
<div id="myown">This is my text</div>
March 9th, 2004, 01:29 AM
You're a rockstar. Thanks. I need to read up on DIV and CLASS I suppose.
Actually, I tried it like this (just experimenting, not knowing what they would do. They solved one problem, but not another.
What I'm trying to do is print out a page counter (like in a forum). I've got a Perl script that calculates the number of pages, and then prints them out with links. The problem was, it was stupid to have a link to the page you were on. When I used "P" (assuming you were on page 4 of 7) it looked something like
1, 2, 3,
5, 6, 7,
Using .myown as you stated above worked, but only when I closed the DIV after ALL of the pages were displayed. I assume breaking a DIV is going to start everything after that on a new line?
March 9th, 2004, 10:13 AM
yea why not just make the page numbers in their own div/span?
good lucky and rock on!!
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