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Hi,
I have my header cut into 3 pieces. Left piece which is 300
pixels, right piece is 150 pixels and center is just 1 pixel. Center
repeats and fits the full page. Everything works fine if the browser
window is bigger then 450 pixels but if the window is smaller than 450
then right side of the header wraps and comes to the next row. As I
increase the window size it moves up. I was wondering if its possible
to have the header not wrap. I have to work with an existing template
so I can only work with the CSS or Header code.
Thanks in
advance!
Here is the HTML:
************************ /><div class="BannerBGAboutUs">
Hello all,
I have run into a very weird problem. The page has
valid XHTML 1.0 and CSS (well except maybe a -mox-border-radius tag I
just throw in to make it look nicer :P). The problem is that when
viewing it in IE in a higher resolution, everything is fine. But as
soon as there is less room, the #Location div (red text) gets
unwrapped all the way, even while its FAR from needed.
FireFox
0.9 shows the desired behavior.
http://worstje.mine.nu/test/ />Related XHTML:
class="bbcode_description">Code:
class="bbcode_code"><div id="Header">
 
<div id="
Development
Wraps
 
Anyone have wrapped their MBP?
Whether is it from DG lifestyle's klearZkin or from those push cart
stall.
Apple
I want to modify packet header(IP header, TCP Header) before the host
send them into the network.
For example, if I'm using firefox for
browsing, then I want to intercept all the packets from firefox and
modify the IP/TCP header and then send them into the network.
so
basically, there are two requirements: 1 intercept all the packets
from firefox(but not other programs). if this is not possible, is it
possible to intercept the packets from a specific port or ip/port
pair
2 modify the IP/TCP header and then inject them into the
network
are there ways, APIs to achieve this? how about libpcap?
are there similar source code snippets? I'm wo
Linux
Hi,
I have my header cut into 3 pieces. Left piece which is 300
pixels, right piece is 150 pixels and center is just 1 pixel. Center
repeats and fits the full page. Everything works fine if the browser
window is bigger then 450 pixels but if the window is smaller than 450
then right side of the header wraps and comes to the next row. As I
increase the window size it moves up. I was wondering if its possible
to have the header not wrap. I have to work with an existing template
so I can only work with the CSS or Header code.
Thanks in
advance!
Here is the HTML:
************************ /><div class="BannerBGAboutUs">
Development
Hello, I keep running into situations where I want my lists to wrap.
This seams to be mostly needed when I have more space horizontally
than I do vertically.
Look at my example image to see exactly
what Im talking about.
Any ideas on how to do this with CSS? />Thanks,
Brandon Drury
Development
I'm looking for digital artists (or anyone interested) who would be
willing to supply some awesome artwork for the wraps on my site. It is
a cool new product that makes any computer look awesome (the better
than airbrush solution).If you are interested contact me though my
website at www.timberwolfdigital.com
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