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gigman7

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  1. Getting CSS to automatically adjust to content

    I'll work on that. Thanks! By the way, we didn't buy the condo. We are back to looking at more but the site still needs to be built.
  2. Getting CSS to automatically adjust to content

    I've actually been looking for something that would swipe and have a caption.
  3. Getting CSS to automatically adjust to content

    Great things to consider. Thanks What do you mean about the slideshow? What would be better?
  4. Getting CSS to automatically adjust to content

    I'm trying to work out the tables. That's why I'm not working on the top nav and make it responsive. I already have plans on making the side nav shorter by only having categories instead of all of the specifics.
  5. Getting CSS to automatically adjust to content

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  6. Getting CSS to automatically adjust to content

    I can give a link to where I have uploaded it. It's not the domain I'm using but the domain I am testing it on.
  7. Getting CSS to automatically adjust to content

    I have no clue what you are talking about.
  8. Getting CSS to automatically adjust to content

    If there is only enough text to be 200px wide, it sets itself to 200px plus some padding. If I add another link, it will automatically adjust to the width it needs to accommodate the additional width from the new text.
  9. Getting CSS to automatically adjust to content

    That's because I keep changing it.
  10. Getting CSS to automatically adjust to content

    #menu { list-style:none; width:925px; margin:0px auto; height:24px; padding:0px 8px 0px 16px; z-index:999; border-radius: 3px; }
  11. I have a menu bar at the top of my page that is set to 800px. I need it to adjust to the amount of content that is in it. I know I have done this before but for the life of me i can't get it to work. If I set width:auto, it goes to the width of the page. I want it to fit just to the margin of the outer text within it. What could I be doing wrong?
  12. Reading the url

    Yes, I have taken all advice. I really appreciate it!
  13. Reading the url

    I got it fixed with if(file_exists($page)) Thanks for the help.
  14. Reading the url

    Yes, I have that taken care of but let's say someone put in the browser, mysite.com/horse-back-riding they would get Warning: include(): Failed opening 'includes/pages/horse-back-riding.php' for inclusion (include_path='.:/usr/local/php5_4/lib/php') in /home/content/32/5958632/html/mysite.com/index.php on line 106 I'd rather have a "Page Not Found" show up with the rest of my headers/footers/navs etc.
  15. Reading the url

    The problem is, if someone bookmarks mysite.com/horseback-riding and I no longer have that or if someone types in a url incorrectly, they get an error I had rather eliminate.
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