New layout

Jun. 19th, 2008 07:58 pm
rainfall: A girl stands in the midst of fallen leaves. You can't see her face. ([aerith] my garden)
I've been tooling around with it for days, but I think I'm done now.

The end result is a layout with scrolling divs, three images, and the newest thing in modern browsering: RGBA colors.

As a result, lots of people can see my page, but only the folks using Firefox 3 and Safari 3 will be able to really read my content.

I would never do this kind of thing with a community, or a website I wanted lots of people to visit, but I figure my personal LJ, most likely viewed from people's flists anyway, is the safest place to experiment.

Love it? Hate it? Heh, sorry. I can never use stuff when it's hot off the griddle, so this once I'm making an exception. ♥
rainfall: A girl stands in the midst of fallen leaves. You can't see her face. ([grimmjow] still alive)
See, this is why IE drives me crazy.

Coding a layout for an Eljay comm. Siigh. D: )

Aaargh, I need a headache icon. ;_; Does anyone have any they'd be willing to share? XD

ETA: Actually, my bad. The centering, at least, is fine. Was looking at the main comm instead of the mun comm. Now if only I could get that image to show up. :D


Nov. 20th, 2006 12:10 am
rainfall: A girl stands in the midst of fallen leaves. You can't see her face. ([axel] never forget you)
So, coding with IE7, in an attempt to make KHFA function for everyone. (Don't know what KHFA is? Don't worry -- soon you will.)

Here are some things I noticed, just on the surface:

1.) Yeah, it does pngs. Hooray! Only like five years late, from what I understand.
2.) It still doesn't understand "margin: auto", which is hilarious, because even IE6 strict understands margin: auto.
3.) It still suffers from the scary bug where text/background colors vanish sometimes when you're scrolling over a div.
4.) It doesn't get min-height/min-width, either. Although this I find somewhat understandable; if IE suddenly started understanding that a height with pixels is a literal height, a lot of websites made by people who swear by IE but don't understand IE conditional comments, etc., are going to break. And those people are going to decide IE is broken and stop using it.


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