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Old 03-05-2003, 11:36 PM   #1
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Need help w/ CSS/HTML - [U2/Bono related]

Hi all;

I am thinking of creating a website for Bono. I'm familar w/ HTML, but I would love to learn Cascading Style sheets. I've asked for help before and even taken a look at some websites but they really confuse me. Could someone me with this, and translate all of this code into just plain english.

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Get Dreamweaver MX and CSS/DHTML is a snap.

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Get Dreamweaver MX and CSS/DHTML is a snap.

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Is this melon from the U2 forum? If it is, hi it's me ZC :hello:

How much is Dreamweaver? Do you know?
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Is this melon from the U2 forum? If it is, hi it's me ZC :hello:

How much is Dreamweaver? Do you know?
ZC? What does that stand for? Have we talked before?

Dreamweaver MX is $400 new. However, if you are a student, it is substantially cheaper through an educational license at a college/university.

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ZC? What does that stand for? Have we talked before?

Dreamweaver MX is $400 new. However, if you are a student, it is substantially cheaper through an educational license at a college/university.

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Oops... my bad.. I thought you were the administrator for the U2 forum on Compuserve. LOL. Sorry about that. ZC stands for Zooropa Child. That's my nick over there.

Wow, $400... Yeesh... Thanks for the info though! So it just creates CSS pages automatically, w/o all the need to learn code?
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Yup...also check out Adobe GoLive 6.0.

CSS is very difficult to code by hand.

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Yup...also check out Adobe GoLive 6.0.

CSS is very difficult to code by hand.

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Kewl! Thanks! I hope it's a little more affordable, although both sounds really great. Yeah it is Gives me a headache lol.
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TopStyle3 html editor at bradsoft.com
also does html/css editing without having to know too much, it helps when I don't have the time to sit and write out css/html code by hand in notepad*shrug* I think the full version is 79.95$ and they let you download it and try it out for 30 days for free as well.


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Here's a site about CSS with a tutorial: http://www.westciv.com.au/style_mast...ial/index.html

Personally, I don't find coding CSS that difficult...... what's difficult is making it look the same on Macs and PCs and IE, Netscape, Opera, etc. Here's a fun table all about that: http://www.richinstyle.com/bugs/table.html

And here's a site on CSS layouts: http://www.saila.com/usage/layouts/

Have fun!
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TopStyle3 html editor at bradsoft.com
also does html/css editing without having to know too much, it helps when I don't have the time to sit and write out css/html code by hand in notepad*shrug* I think the full version is 79.95$ and they let you download it and try it out for 30 days for free as well.
Kewl, thanks! Yeah, I think it's the way that it's explained t hat makes it confusing. I'll have to check that out, thanks again!
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Here's a site about CSS with a tutorial: http://www.westciv.com.au/style_mast...ial/index.html

Personally, I don't find coding CSS that difficult...... what's difficult is making it look the same on Macs and PCs and IE, Netscape, Opera, etc. Here's a fun table all about that: http://www.richinstyle.com/bugs/table.html

And here's a site on CSS layouts: http://www.saila.com/usage/layouts/

Have fun!
I guess I'm just finding the wrong sites to try to learn it from. Thanks for the links! I'll check out those options too. I may be calling upon you with questions.
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I guess I'm just finding the wrong sites to try to learn it from. Thanks for the links! I'll check out those options too. I may be calling upon you with questions.
No prob! I love to try to help.

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No prob! I love to try to help.

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Teehee. Any help you give I'm gonna credit you hehe, cause this stuff is confusing.
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