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    How do you get your verdana to go so small on your links, I've tried but mine won't go that small in verdana. I looked and what I came up was that it was in verdana, maybe it's not?

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    I use CSS

    .sidecontent {
    font-family: Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;
    font-size: 10px;
    font-weight: bold;
    color: #2C56AD;
    }

    Dean has a couple of good tutorials here http://www.ahfb2000.com/cgi-bin/links/pages/Tutorials/Style_Sheets/

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    So is CSS really compatible for both ie and netscape?

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    Ok, I couldn't fine anything in deans turtorials about side content, so I tried to take it into my own hands. And, as sometimes this does happened, I failed, haha. Anways, so I tried by myself, identifeid all my td's in my menu bar as side content, put this code in:

    <style type="text/css">
    .sidecontent {
    font-family: Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;
    font-size: 10px;
    font-weight: bold;
    color: white;
    }
    -->
    </style>

    the head of the section, and it didn't work. Just plain copy and paste didn't work of the code you gave me either. Anyways, I'm having troubles, haha, could you give me some help? Oh ya, the color changed when I wanted it too haha, but not of the links, only of the "headers" above the links.

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    You will have to play and see what works in NS and what does not.

    sidecontent is what I named the particular class

    example <td class="sidecontent"> this tells it to look in the head or if you had a linkrel stylesheet tag in the head to look fir an outside css file and to look for the .sidecontent.

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    that's what I did, but it doesn't come out right, let me give you a url:
    http://www.angelfire.com/anime2/allstarr/TESTING.html

    Will that help more?

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    The rule you have used defines the content of the TD. The plain content.

    If you want to make the links change, it will have to be -

    .sidecontent a {
    blah
    }

    Have fun.

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    Also, you have font size and face tags in there. they will override the css.

    read the section in the tutorials called The Cascade, also Inheritance. it explains this phenomenon.

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    Uh, didn't get your first reply dean, haha. Took out the font tags and it still didn't work. What do you mean only "the plain content", I defined all the td's cause that's what I saw what dave did. Could you give me more example code? Haha.

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    Oh ya, I already used css to change the link colors, rollover, etc, the only affect I really want done is the make the words as small as davids on his menu bar.

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    ummm....I looked using IE 5.5 and the font sizes were identical.

    I'm a bit confused now.

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    Hmm, not on mine, maybe it's just me. I'm using 5.5 too. O well. As long as other people see it that small, doesn't matter what I see. Haha, laterz.
    Last edited by HTML; 03-09-2012 at 08:54 AM.

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    If you'll click on the link again, you'll notice my front page is done! Yes, been working on it the whole day, anyways, everything looks pretty good, but I'd like to bring down my logo, you'll see what I mean when you look at the page, but I don't know what's causing the space and I can't get rid of it. I've had this design in my head and partly completed on my hard drive for like 4-5 months, and I finally finished it in one day, any of you know how that can be? haha, laterz.
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    what space? where do you want it to be??

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    the logo on my page, you can see there's a space between my logo and the top of my left menu bar. You know what though, I think it really doesn't matter and it's fine, haha, laterz.



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