Re: [greenstone-users] div layers in css

From Stephen DeGabrielle
DateMon, 9 May 2005 16:24:56 +0930
Subject Re: [greenstone-users] div layers in css
In-Reply-To (62468075050508204610e279e-mail-gmail-com)
Sounds weird - never seen that before!

Without seeing your html it's hard to know what is going on;

Is your css embedded in a macro? I don't think so from your email but
I thought I'd ask because both css and the macro language make use of
the same characters '{}' in their syntax. This would also make sense
in that macro files have heaps of '#' characters in them(comments).

The 'Garish' demo collection give a good example on how to include css
in a greenstone collection.

If you post the macros giving you trouble and paste the source of the
page that is not rendering correctly then we can have a look and try
to work out what is happening.

I hope this helps.

Stephen.


On 5/9/05, allen buenaflor <allenbuenaflor@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello,
>
> I would like to display images using a layered design and i tried
> but it seems that there was no support for this. i employed css and
> used div tags, but the images weren't displayed and just returned #'s
> where the images should've been. i am sure my css file was linked
> properly using the _header_ macro in package Style.
> would anyone know if i just made a mistake, or if there is a way to
> get around this?
>
> thanks.
> alen
>
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