Css items

I have a css menu and some html boxes. Every time that I preview the webpage
the css items are moved over to the left. Does anyone know what I did wrong?


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Is this page online somewhere to look at? Post a URL and it will help get it figured out.


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No, sorry. I can not post it online yet.
On Dec 30, 2010 8:27 PM, “Dan J” email@hidden wrote:

Is this page online somewhere to look at? Post a URL and it will help get
it figured out.


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Well the terms you are using are a bit ambiguous. Is this in regards to page-alignment being set to none, is it related to possible overlapping between the CSS menu and the other HTML items?

Is it the menu that is moving or is it the other HTML boxes on the page?


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Is it the menu that is moving or is it the other HTML boxes on the page?

And are all/some layered.

But as Dan says - without seeing your page (or your FW file) - this is difficult to diagnose.

When you post online we not only can see the visual elements but also the underlying code.

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I can not post it online yet.

Remember you can always stick it on another site you’ve done - tucked away somewhere - and take it down after we have had a chance to see it.

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Ok. So I have been trying to upload my webpage. And I bought ny domain and
everything through iPage. I don’t know if you use iPage but I can not upload
it. I have no idea what I entered wrong.
On Dec 31, 2010 1:51 AM, “DeltaDave” email@hidden wrote:

I can not post it online yet.

Remember you can always stick it on another site you’ve done - tucked away
somewhere - and take it down after we have had a chance to see it.

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I don’t know if you use iPage but I can not upload it.

When you signed up with them they will have given you the necessary info for you to upload - this info should all be put in FW’s File>Document Setup>Upload section.

This info is also available to you when you log in to iPage https://secure.ipage.com/secure/login.bml - the following link shows you more info.

http://www.ipage.com/knowledgebase/beta/article.bml?ArticleID=201&type=How%20To#Nugget_285

If you need help in how to translate this into the upload boxes in FW just shout.

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That’s what I’m having problems with. I do not know what info to put into
what box.
On Jan 1, 2011 4:24 PM, “DeltaDave” email@hidden wrote:

I don’t know if you use iPage but I can not upload it.

When you signed up with them they will have given you the necessary info
for you to upload - this info should all be put in FW’s File>Document
Setup>Upload section.

This info is also available to you when you log in to iPage
https://secure.ipage.com/secure/login.bml - the following link shows you
more info.

http://www.ipage.com/knowledgebase/beta/article.bml?ArticleID=201&type=How%20To#Nugget_285

If you need help in how to translate this into the upload boxes in FW just
shout.

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According to iPage that info is there when you log in to your iPage account.

I have never used them - nor am I likely too - as they seem not to be running Unix/Linux servers for that level of account.

But if that info is not readily available to you then an email to their support team will will be necessary.

Alternatively I believe that once you have logged into your Control panel there is a File Manager that you can use to upload until you get sorted.

Just remember if you are doing it this way then you need to upload the entire contents of your FW site Folder keeping the File/Folder structure the same.

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It will but let me choose a freeway file. I just neeto know what goes where.
They give me: website ip, path to ftp, document root (i don’t know what
document), path to php, php port
On Jan 1, 2011 5:18 PM, “DeltaDave” email@hidden wrote:

According to iPage that info is there when you log in to your iPage
account.

I have never used them - nor am I likely too - as they seem not to be
running Unix/Linux servers for that level of account.

But if that info is not readily available to you then an email to their
support team will will be necessary.

Alternatively I believe that once you have logged into your Control panel
there is a File Manager that you can use to upload until you get sorted.

Just remember if you are doing it this way then you need to upload the
entire contents of your FW site Folder keeping the File/Folder structure the
same.

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Server: www.yoursite.com

Directory: document root

User name: yourusername

Password: yourpassword

FTP mode: Automatic

Try that and see how you get on

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Ok that did not work either. It always trys to connect, and then it says it
timed out.
On Jan 2, 2011 3:14 PM, “DeltaDave” email@hidden wrote:

Server: www.yoursite.com

Directory: document root

User name: yourusername

Password: yourpassword

FTP mode: Automatic

Try that and see how you get on

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Then try the FTP mode as Passive

And the other setting too if still no joy

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I got my site uploaded. Here is the link
http://smokymountaincounseling.org/if you look at the bottom of the
calender page you can download the freeway
file for the site. And yes the page alignment is set to none and there are
some overlapping items but when I seperate them they still do not work.

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Well the terms you are using are a bit ambiguous. Is this in regards to
page-alignment being set to none, is it related to possible overlapping
between the CSS menu and the other HTML items?

Is it the menu that is moving or is it the other HTML boxes on the page?


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I am looking at your pages just now Nate but there is a big mix between CSS positioned (layered) and Table positioned items which means that your page(s) will fall apart when you increase the text size in the browser.

Table positioned items will push other table positioned items about the page but CSS items act independently (over and under others)

You should really try to stick to one or the other.

I would try all CSS and use the RPL action.

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What us the RPL action. And do you not have to keep some items none layered
in order to have the actions work?
On Jan 7, 2011 9:02 PM, “DeltaDave” email@hidden wrote:

I am looking at your pages just now Nate but there is a big mix between
CSS positioned (layered) and Table positioned items which means that your
page(s) will fall apart when you increase the text size in the browser.

Table positioned items will push other table positioned items about the
page but CSS items act independently (over and under others)

You should really try to stick to one or the other.

I would try all CSS and use the RPL action.

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Ok. RPL is relative page layout. How do you apply it. I tried to just select
it from the page actions menu. Then a message came up saying the action was
not applied correctly.
On Jan 7, 2011 9:15 PM, “Nathan Ander” email@hidden wrote:

What us the RPL action. And do you not have to keep some items none
layered
in order to have the actions work?
On Jan 7, 2011 9:02 PM, “DeltaDave” email@hidden wrote:

I am looking at your pages just now Nate but there is a big mix between
CSS positioned (layered) and Table positioned items which means that your
page(s) will fall apart when you increase the text size in the browser.

Table positioned items will push other table positioned items about the
page but CSS items act independently (over and under others)

You should really try to stick to one or the other.

I would try all CSS and use the RPL action.

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all CSS

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All of the actoins that mess up are css. So if I make all items css won’t
all of the items be messed up?
On Jan 7, 2011 9:30 PM, “DeltaDave” email@hidden wrote:

all CSS

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