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Two (more) FrontPage questions
seasalt




msg:936183
 11:13 pm on Jan 9, 2006 (gmt 0)

Everyone was so helpful on the last two questions, I thought I would ask two more.

1. The site I am designing has a long list of text links in the left hand column. This list is maintained in an included file. When a user goes to a particular page, I want the link to that page (and that link only) in the column to automatically change to text only (no hyperlink, no underline, etc). Is there a way to do this in an external stylesheet? Any other way?

2. On this same site, I have a table that was created as 1 row x 3 columns. I am using an external stylesheet to format widths, etc. I need to include some separate text at the top of the center column which would be better handled as a separate cell. So I split the center column into two cells. I formatted the new cell the same as the original single center cell except I fixed the height to accomodate only the three lines of text I need. Now, the more I add text/links to the left or right hand columns, the top center cell expands (vertically). It does not seem to obey the external stylesheet telling it to be 75px. Is there a fix for this or am I just doing something wrong?

 

bill




msg:936184
 12:06 pm on Jan 10, 2006 (gmt 0)

1. Yes, you could do that with a stylesheet. One way would be to set an ID on the <body> and another ID on the link. Then set the appropriate styling for when the right conditions are met.

2. Is this happening only in the FP WYSIWYG? How does it look in FireFox or Opera? If you could post a simplified portion of the offending code it might help.

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