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window size and navigation bar help
Dreamweaver 8

10+ Year Member

Msg#: 1364 posted 4:02 pm on Feb 7, 2006 (gmt 0)

Hi all,
I am pretty much a novice at website creation. I have a personal site that is pretty bare bones and when I started working for a local non-profit, I volunteered to overhaul the agency's site. I decided to try it with Dreamweaver 8. The first time I did it, it came out okay, but I had annoying horizontal scroll bars. The content was still in tact, but the perfectionist in me decided to try and fix it. So, I changed the window from a fixed width to 100%. It looks normal on my laptop, but I still have the horizontal scroll bars on other computers. So, this weekend, the perfectionist returned and this time, reduced the window size to 70% and it did nothing to fit the screen in all browsers. I still have horizontal scroll bars when I look at the site at work or at school. I'm not sure what else I did, but when I tried to fix the window size, my nice, professional looking navigation bar turned into a list of hyperlinks. It looks really bad. I've tried all that I know. Please keep in mind, everything I know about website creation, I have learned as I have gone along. So, my knowledge is simplistic at best. If someone could give me some pointers on my window size and navigation bar headaches, I would greatly appreciate it. The website is www.hospicesupportcare.org


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