CSS limitations?

  • LazyJim
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Post 3+ Months Ago

I don't want it in a seperate block.

I've often though forums need an inline code tag...
<code> is in-line by default, but [code] is block-level!

[icode] would be a nice new bbCode tag!
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Post 3+ Months Ago

LazyJim wrote:
I don't want it in a seperate block.

I've often though forums need an inline code tag...
<code> is in-line by default, but [code] is block-level!

[icode] would be a nice new bbCode tag!


I agree with that (icode)! Actually, you should have the ability to go back and edit your post yourself if you want. You can go back and take out the bbCode and just turn off HTML (just remember if you do that the bold you were originally using isn't going to work.)
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Re viewing css files:

Ta for your info.
I was thinking about it later on on & figured it out.
- a classic case of 'opening mouth before brain is in gear' mode!

Another way, when offline, is to look in your 'temp internet files' directory.

I have only just started to understand CSS & what it can do (being a relative newbie to website creation), - wish I had learnt it earlier!

What I wish to learn next is putting together a forum for a soccer website I look after. I have all the files & tutorials but it looks very daunting to do from scratch. Any tips & advice?

Thank you all for your help,
OzDave
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Post 3+ Months Ago

I would think that in the nav div calling out a height would do the trick, although in that style above 990px may not be more than the content of the parent div.

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