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  • HTML Guru's help needed.

    Calling all HTML guru’s……

    Disclaimer: I realise I should google for this but I don’t have time, or know exactly what I’m doing.

    A staff member (who has since left) set up a basic HTML interface for some ‘promo’ cd’s of our gear.

    The company logo (along with other graphics), is (are) supposed to appear in the centre of the screen.
    The images were centered by specifying the pixel co-ordinates.
    Which is fine if you have you monitor at the same resolution hers was.
    Not so good if you don’t.

    Example:

    [img]Companylogo.jpg[/img]


    Myself, along with everyone else here, knows SFA about HTML.

    Is there a “centre” command that should be being used in preference to the H/V space commands?

    Note:
    - We have no web software, all editing is with notepad.
    - I have already tried suggesting they pay someone to do it properly…..
    - Am doing my best to drag them kicking and screaming into the 21st century.

    If someone could point me in the right direction it would be much appreciated.

    Cheers,

    Doug.


    The full code is below so you can copy/paste it into a .txt file then save as a .html to check it out.
    (Just no pic’s.)


    <html><head><title>XXXXX Engineering Pty Ltd</title></head>

    <style>
    H1{text-align:center;color:red;font:normal 35pt"Arial Black"}
    h2{text-align:center; color:black; Font:normal 25pt"Arial"}
    h3{text-align:center}
    th{text-align:Center;color:black; Font: 25pt "Century Gothic";font-weight:"Bold"}
    </style>

    <body bgcolor="white"></body>
    [img]xxxxxlogo.jpg[/img]
    <Basefont size= "4">
    <h1>XXXXX Engineering Pty Ltd</h1>
    <hr size="9"width=80% align="center" noshade>
    <table cellpadding="10" cellspacing="10" border="0" Width="25%" align="center">

    <tr>
    <th bgcolor="silver"Nowwrap><font size=2>Products
    <th bgcolor="silver"Nowrap ><font size=2>Applications
    </tr>

    <tr>
    <th bgcolor="silver"Nowrap><font size=2>Case Studies
    <th bgcolor="silver"nowrap><font size=2>Engineering Guides
    </tr>

    <tr>
    <th bgcolor="silver"Nowrap><font size=2>Promotional Material
    <th bgcolor="silver"Nowrap><font size=2>Equipment Selection
    </tr>


    <tr>
    <th bgcolor="silver"Nowrap><font size=2>Software
    <th bgcolor="silver"Nowrap><font size=2>Website Info
    </tr>

    <tr>
    <th bgcolor="silver"nowrap><font size=2>Contact Details
    <th bgcolor="silver"nowrap><font size=2>Website
    </tr>

    </td>

    </table>
    <table cellpadding="25" cellspacing="2" border="0" width="80%" align="center">

    <tr>
    <th><a><font size=2>Best viewed with Microsoft Internet Explorer. Resolution 1024x768</a></h3>
    </tr>

    </table>

    [img]banner.jpg[/img]

    </html>
    sigpic

  • #2
    <div align="center">[img]Companylogo.jpg[/img]</div>

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    • #3
      That did the trick!

      LEGEND!

      Thanks for that.


      Now I just gotta go thru and fix each indivual page.
      Theres one page for every directory..... 64 all up! :o

      I&#39;ll have to try and find a better way to structure that next...

      sigpic

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      • #4
        The img tag is the same in every page you could just do a bulk find and replace
        My Turbo Build

        Thanks to Sponsors:
        Motorcycle Panel & Paint
        Q-Zar Fremantle
        Rated-R Parts
        PerthStreetBikes.com and it's generous members
        Carlisle Printing - Deals for PSB members
        CIC - Competition & Industrial Coatings
        Carpet Liquidators - Midland

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        • #5
          Best way to structure the images is to put them into a table which will then adjust on a percentage of the screens resolution.. which means if ppl are using older computers using 800x600 resolution, then it will still come up center, and readable, as opposted to ppl using 1200x1024 which will still center up table

          -keenan

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          • #6
            I&#39;m going to have to try that scaling idea for putting several pic&#39;s/links in a line.

            Cheers guys.
            sigpic

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