Msg#: 3167591 posted 6:23 am on Nov 25, 2006 (gmt 0)
excellent thank you. also on that note, the site doesn't use the p tag, instead using another class (.textbody). do you know what the implications are for using .textbody instead of p tag? (should it all be changed or does it not matter...? i gather h tag affects searchengines)
Msg#: 3167591 posted 6:37 am on Nov 25, 2006 (gmt 0)
Use standard html markup for as much of the site/page as possible.
h1 means it's important, h2 almost as important, etc. That is meaningful to a browser, to a search engine, to a mobile browsing device. It's best to use semantic markup, and then style it to fit the user.
As far as CSS, all tags (p, hi, li, ect) don't have dots in front. All classes have dots, and all id's have #. It's easy. Tutorial abound on the subject. I recommend the maxdesign selectTutorial. Good luck.