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    Default CSS help?

    I'm trying to get an online portfolio up and I'm almost finsihed, but I'm running into a couple of annoying glitches with a couple of text links at the bottom of my page.

    Tim Green Portfolio

    Here's what it looks like in safari:

    Not Correct!

    Here's what it looks like in Firefox:

    Correct!

    I just started to learn how to do this css stuff last week and I've managed to code my self into a rat's nest at the end.

    Anyone out there in GP land have experience with this kind of stuff?
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    Your hover seems to toggle between the two different fonts as well.
    Did you check your classes? You might have a discrepancy or my most frequent error is a ; instead of a :.

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    My firefox example says "spacer" between the resume and email lines

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    AGH! Screw it. I'm just going to do image rollovers since that's all I really know how to do anyway. At least they work consistently across the board with different browsers. God, I haaaate web design. It's been 3 years since the last time I made one of these and I hope when I do it again in the future, I can afford to pay some one to do the bunk coding for for me. Bunk!

    Thanks for taking a look anyway!
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    bunk!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JukeboxCriminal View Post
    I'm trying to get an online portfolio up and I'm almost finsihed, but I'm running into a couple of annoying glitches with a couple of text links at the bottom of my page.

    Tim Green Portfolio

    Here's what it looks like in safari:

    Not Correct!

    Here's what it looks like in Firefox:

    Correct!

    I just started to learn how to do this css stuff last week and I've managed to code my self into a rat's nest at the end.

    Anyone out there in GP land have experience with this kind of stuff?
    Did you remove the buttons?
    I can probably fix them for you.

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    Yeah, I removed the buttons. I was trying different things all day. Never did figure out how to fix the discrepancy between how the font styles were being interpreted. So, now I just have to small image rollovers doing the same thing.

    Speaking of which, would you happen to know how I can get that resume pdf to automatically download every time instead of opening up in the browser?
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    That depends on the browser and the settings of the browser. I think Safari is setup to open in a new window, whereas Firefox and Internet Explorer download and open it. I'd suggest having the link open up a new html page with the info, and then have a link to download it from there. But that's just my own preference. (Speaking of which, I need to do that to my website too.)

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