Thanks for the reply Ernie, unfortunately I’m still seeing the problem. I redid the layout 3 times yesterday and viewing locally on my Mac I got the same problem every time. I’ll take your suggestion into account next week when I’m back
Using Safari with the ‘zoom text only’ option selected, the ‘s’ of ‘Movies’ in the left menu panel disappears under the main picture. Should it make any difference if the main content box was Floated & Cleared left (to butt up to the menu box) and add the margin or padding to that side?
Also, any thoughts on the other issue of fonts? Quote: “One more thing, I’m using Trebuchet, but this is appearing in the Freeway working file as Times, but fine in preview.”
On 22 Jun 2012, at 18:49, Ernie Simpson wrote:
I’m just trying it now, Trevor, and am not seeing the problem. In fact
looks good to me.
As a matter of practice, it’s a good idea to clear all your floats at
different levels of construction, so that rows of items don’t clash. In a
simple construct like this, I would set the footer to clear:both; so the
growing content from above it pushes it down equally.
On Fri, Jun 22, 2012 at 3:21 AM, Trevor Reaveley email@hiddenwrote:
Morning Dave, thanks for the reply, I constructed as follows (and have
done again this morning - same results) I may have floated and cleared
after boxes were inserted first time around, can’t remember, but not on
Draw main wrapper > insert cursor > insert html item style with Float and
clear left, 100% width (the header)
Click on header > arrow right until cursor appears > insert html item >
style with Float and clear left, 100px wide (the menu box)
Click on menu box > arrow right until cursor appears > insert html item >
style with Float and clear right, 625px wide (the main content area)
Click on main content area > arrow right until cursor appears > insert
html item > style with Float and clear left, 100% width (the footer)
and still ‘underlapping’ when the menu type is enlarged.
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