— Edited to add: I have now edited my entire site to show my new format. I am still working on getting the bugs out, so feedback is still appreciated! —
Thanks to Dave for info about how to fix my colorful h3 headings caused by hrefs. He said that some browsers ignore style sheets. He said to put the style info in each page All better now! My headings are black like I wanted.
My hubby got me a new computer with Windows 7 for a late Christmas present. I decided to celebrate by working on my website. My old XP computer was slow and frustrating.
I’m having a blast with my new computer. While I’ve been working on my website, I’ve been able to learn all about Windows 7. The new and improved features have really helped me be more productive.
….I have a big favor to ask my Windows Live friends:
I am totally redoing the whole format of my website. Before I redo all my pages with this format, I hope a few nice people will agree to open This Page (edited to add: I removed the test page. My site is all revised in the regular domain) up in their favorite browser, and tell me if there are problems. (I’m not talking about my crackpot ideas, just the page format. Please and Thank you.)
I have already checked the test page in IE8, Firefox and Google Chrome. But, I can’t go to all of your houses and open it using your personal settings. (wouldn’t it be scary if I could do that…..)
Anyway, about the new format:
Whacky things I am already aware of — Known issues I don’t want to deal with right now. But, if you know right off what the deal is, that would be nice. I’m sure my style-sheet is to blame.)
- The headings in Chrome and Firefox are blue in both, and red on hover in Firefox. (IE8 shows them black like I want.
Hmm. I thought there were more “known issues” with the other browsers, but that’s all I found.
Anyway, if you could let me know of glitches, I’d appreciate it. Screen captures showing the problem would be great, too, if you don’t mind.
Thank you bunches and bunches!
(hmm. I just noticed the margins are wider on my test page since I loaded it up in my domain than they were on my desktop. Strange. Same style sheet. hmmm. If anybody knows why the margins would be wider once online, please tell me.
Edited to add: I’ve looked at IE8, Google Chrome and Firefox: On all three, the margins are wider online than they are on my desktop. There is something I do not know, of course. If anybody else knows what the deal is here, please let me know.
2010 Microsoft MVP (ooh, I couldn’t resist…)