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  1. BD says:

    Thanks for the tute, always a fan of the floating look with a stunning image.

  2. Eddie says:

    You don’t say which tool is being used here. Dreamweaver? But where is the text menu?

  3. DanW says:

    I didn’t quite understand what to do, but I am very interested.
    I’ll have another read through when I have the time :)

  4. Rich says:

    This writer left out a lot of important things a student would need. First the text menu is just that. He must be using a different version of Dreamweaver then your or I becuase his instructions dont match up to the menu. You can try format, CSS Styles, and then New or an easier way is if you have your CSS Styles panel open you normally can right click in the white space and then choose new.

    Often he says to preview your work when all you have done is set blank div tags which is useless. If you have not taken the text out you would just see that text about your background.

    Also he does not supply ( this company is big in leaving you out in the wind by not supplying graphics) What good is width dimensions etc and the disclaimer that the dimensions would be different if you dont use the graphic that is not supplied. For a newbie how the heck are you going to learn. You need experience to do this tutorial where you would then not need to do this tutorial.

    My favorite instruction is “the code for both tags is going to be copied and pasted as many times as needed.” well, what is the criteria for as needed? Your teaching us? If we knew what the outcome would be we wouldnt need you now would we?

    So like all of you I am patching, fixing, figuring out this code to see if I can get it to work with the graphics I have myself. Maybe, maybe one day they will supply complete tutorials.

  5. allen says:

    the tool is dreamweaver

  6. Bryanb says:

    Can you talk about the treatment of the title, the type of font, styling technique, etc…

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  8. Den says:

    Example site would nice showing the finished product with access to underlying code to examine.

    I have a basic grasp of dreamweaver from following tutorials but this seems scattered and hard to follow.

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