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Mis-Aligment Of Pages

by enigmacode » Fri Jun 08, 2012 6:40 am

Hello my friends. I'm using Kompozer and keep running into the same problem: my main page has a large image as a background. Other pages have a simple table. No matter how small the table is, the pages shift - jump when clicking from the page without the table back the to page with a table. Is there a code I can insert to prevent this from happening? Thank you ....

http://www.locationstudio.net/index.htm < Pages shift from veterans to index page

http://www.locationstudio.net/veterans.html < Pages shift from veterans to index page
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Re: Mis-Aligment Of Pages

by XainPro » Fri Jun 08, 2012 10:47 am

sorry i did not understand what's the problem with it the background image is loading and fit in my browser BTW i am using firefox.
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Re: Mis-Aligment Of Pages

by enigmacode » Fri Jun 08, 2012 12:40 pm

Hello and thank you - it doesn't matter whether there's any content, (background images), the problem appears to to the table on the other page. It causes the two pages to out of alignment. Can you see that on your browser?

Go back and you'll see the problem appears to to the table:

http://www.locationstudio.net/index.htm < Pages shift from veterans to index page

http://www.locationstudio.net/veterans.html < Pages shift from veterans to index pag
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Re: Mis-Aligment Of Pages

by enigmacode » Fri Jun 08, 2012 4:44 pm

Hello and thank so much for your reply:

"you are presented with a choice htm-html (index) Choose index.html and you get the page. That's called a broken link."

Yes I clearly understand, however, the editor; 'Kompozer' behaves oddly. I named it and renamed it several times. It's clearly in FTP as 'index.html'. I'm not sure why you get multiple choices?

"In your image the source attribute says that your image is in the Header folder and it's name is 15-inch-3.jpg, if that's correct re-name your image, and make use of the alt tag."

Again, let me clear, I'm not an HTML editor, although I try where I can. 'Kompozer' is both an HTML editor, and 'WYSIWYG'. I've renamed all my image files, and went back to make sure the two links were properly indentified. The problem remains .... frustrating ...

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Mike
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Re: Mis-Aligment Of Pages

by enigmacode » Fri Jun 08, 2012 7:42 pm

I appreciate the lessons - I think I can definitely narrow this down to table size, (as I mentioned before). All those comments you've made are probably valid. However I mentioned this is a 'WYSIWYG' editor. I changed the files names and I've also discovered that 'Kompozer' is problematic is titling the proper file extensions. So I've checked all that as well. I can cleary see that when a table exceeds a certain length, (top to bottom), that's when it throws off the centering. It's clear: please see the added page and you can compare the differences. The longer table is the Bio page causes the pages to jump mis-align.

http://www.locationstudio.net/home.html

Thanx again
Mike
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Re: Mis-Aligment Of Pages

by enigmacode » Sat Jun 09, 2012 12:40 pm

Ok Thank you so much Cubesquare - you've been wonderful - yep that solved my problem - and I'll get Notepad++ BTW, I suppose Notepad is an HTML editor? How will that help me, if I'm not totally experienced in HTML? And one more thing, what is your experience/opinion about HTML online validator? I've used it a few times, and then have copied their corrections back onto my pages. But I noticed they also include their data in the script as well in the corrected HTML. I had to use 'Direct Input'. Thanx again Cubesquare! BEST Mike - http://www.NorthAfrica1942-43.com/
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