Re: [IUG] CSS and WebOPAC
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Yes, we use CSS positioning on just about all of our static pages. I
resorted to a few tables, but the main layout is CSS-based. You can see it
I would recommend you use Firefox and the Web Developer extension to examine
others' CSS (and even edit it live to see how it works). The extension is
For those who use CSS positioning on the dynamic pages, I'd love to hear
more. Isn't everything in a table anyway?
It would seem to be just about impossible to get dynamic pages to validate,
since there is too much code that we simply can't control, right? I hope I'm
wrong about that. I'd love to have our entire catalog validate.
On 2006/04/19 5:04 AM, "Judith A Schneider" <SchneiderJ at GAO dot GOV> wrote:
> 'Mornin' y'all!
> For those of you who have redesigned your webOPAC using style sheets, have you
> used stylesheets to control positioning on the static pages? Has it been
> successful? Any tips or tricks?
> Judy Schneider
> US GAO Library
> schneiderj at gao dot gov
> (202) 512-4304
> My opinions are mine! All Mine!
> So many books .... So little time
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