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Re: How do you make a smooth tiled image?


I see it in FF but have not checked any other browser except Flock right now... still working on the graphics and text alignments. I am totally in love with the slider menu, it rocks big time which is why I am making the skin, so others can see and use it. emoticon

EDIT: I just tried the F11 to see what it does... wow! another new display I didn't know I had. emoticon

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Hehe, full-screen can be nice, can't it? emoticon


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Re: How do you make a smooth tiled image?


Give this one a shot. I think it'll be a better match to the sidebar background.
http://i34.tinypic.com/r299pf.png
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That looks awesome Skokey! I am giving you credit on fixing up my graphics with this one.

Lesa, I put the "best viewed by" graphic into the board stats table (have not styled the bsb class yet). But now there are two td's on the right I cannot figure out how to get rid of... do you know of a way to do this or should I drop the effort and move that graphic someplace else?

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That looks really good! emoticon

Rick, look where I added "TEST" to the stats table. I also added vertical-align:top to those cells near the beginning of your CSS, which you should move so it's near all your other boardstats stuff.

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Yes, looking good. The navigation menu behaves a little strange, at least in Firefox. Sometimes, you have to go out and come back in, in order to get one to drop down.

It usually works perfect if you navigate from the bottom up but when you go from the top down, The last one doesn't open and you have to go past it and come back up.

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I'm sure the menu will behave the same way in any standards-compliant browser. Since we can't use javascript, we have to rely on the CSS :hover to show and hide menus, unless...

I wonder if we could use an onclick to change class names without needing to write a function for it.

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Here we go. No styling here, just functionality:

<div id="menu">
   <div class="hide" onclick="this.className=(this.className=='hide')?'show':'hide'; return false;">
      <h3>Menu</h3>
      <ul>
         <li>Menu item</li>
         <li>Menu item</li>
         <li>Menu item</li>
         <li>Menu item</li>
      </ul>
   </div>
   <div class="hide" onclick="this.className=(this.className=='hide')?'show':'hide'; return false;">
      <h3>Menu</h3>
      <ul>
         <li>Menu item</li>
         <li>Menu item</li>
         <li>Menu item</li>
      </ul>
   </div>
</div>

.hide ul { display: none; }
.show ul { display: block; }


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I put the graphic idea on hold and added a text message in the boardstats header bar instead.

You mean so we would click on the bar instead of hovering on it?

Edit: Nevermind, you did that one while I was cycling through my rounds at RSF and TRD emoticon

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