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gianlucaxoop
CSS Problem

Hello to all,

I've a little prob. with the css sintax..As you can see this my site: http://www.flyenvrio.com/cms this found only with mozilla correctly..But if i open this site with Chrome Exporer and other browser i don't see the site in the normal mode.

What have i wrong?

Regards

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ghia
Re: CSS Problem
  • 2011/2/18 8:17

  • ghia

  • Community Support Member

  • Posts: 4953

  • Since: 2008/7/3 1


Check the error console of your browser for errors as eg in IE
line 166 object required
line 259 swfobject is undefined
In FF some style files are included but not found at the specified location, eg pages.css
Check your Apache log for more missing or wrongly specified files.
Run your html page source, and individual css files with the W3C validator.

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gianlucaxoop
Re: CSS Problem

Thanks ghia... Ceck your PM

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gianlucaxoop
Re: CSS Problem

Someone can help me to do the site compable for all browsers?

Please

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Anonymous
Re: CSS Problem
  • 2011/2/19 19:49

  • Anonymous

  • Posts: 0

  • Since:


Hi,

Try this:
http://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/

Very helpful tool (the page, mean...... not me!)

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MACTEP
Re: CSS Problem
  • 2011/2/19 23:53

  • MACTEP

  • Not too shy to talk

  • Posts: 127

  • Since: 2009/4/4 5


Addresses of images specify correctly! And to the surgeon descend! At the same time and all prompters...
<a href="#" rel="dropmenu1" class=""About Us  
<img src="down.gif" border="0"/> </a>


It is necessary to make so:
<img src="<{xoImgUrl img/down.gif}>

In a folder with a theme there should be a folder img and in it a file down.gif


mozilla the clever browser, deduces nothing instead of images. Other browsers deduce the alternative text or the help. One mozilla is able to correct curve hands.
(The mechanical translator)


http://www.torinovirtual.com/cms/
Too your creation?

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gianlucaxoop
Re: CSS Problem

Thanks MACTEP,

Where i can find this file? Is Theme.html?

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MACTEP
Re: CSS Problem
  • 2011/2/20 9:56

  • MACTEP

  • Not too shy to talk

  • Posts: 127

  • Since: 2009/4/4 5


Most likely yes. But can be and in xotpl/globalnav.html Or still where нибудь. There, where the dropping out menu.

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gianlucaxoop
Re: CSS Problem

For example:

<div class="chromestyle" id="chromemenu"
<
img src="<{xoImgUrl img/nav.gif}>       
<ul>
<li><a href="
http://www.flyenvrio.com/cms">Home</a></li>
<li><a href="#" rel="dropmenu1">About Us</a></li>
<
li><a href="#" rel="dropmenu2">Feedback</a></li>
<
li><a href="#" rel="dropmenu3">Flight Information</a></li>    
<
li><a href="#" rel="dropmenu4">Crew Center</a></li
<
li><a href="http://www.flyenvrio.com/cms/system/corporate.php" rel="dropmenu5">Careers</a></li
<
li><a href="http://www.flyenvrio.com/cms/modules/contact/" rel="dropmenu6">Contact Us</a></li>
</
ul>
</
div>


If i insert below chromemenu:

<img src="<{xoImgUrl img/down.gif}>


See here: Resized Image



:'(



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MACTEP
Re: CSS Problem
  • 2011/2/20 11:14

  • MACTEP

  • Not too shy to talk

  • Posts: 127

  • Since: 2009/4/4 5


And the image is in a folder img?
Or to remove
<img src="<{xoImgUrl img/down.gif}>


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