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« on: July 20, 2007, 10:55:45 AM »

I like the fullscreen display, although left panel lacks some background.

Due to the use of the DIV container and the different IDs and CLASSes you can easily change everything with creating a new template. Just edit the css file.
For the left panel it is id="sidebar". Put in a background image or color. Or change the width or what ever. But i will change some id's into classes to become a valid XHTML 1.0 Transitional Code.

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want to get them one hundred percent cross-browser compliant. I hope it could help me in this way (in fact, only Microsoft Evil or Very Mad browsers borrowed me, as usual...).
Yeah, that hard! Currently my design did not work 100% at IE6. Don't know if i will fix it.

From todays planing I will provide 2 different CSS files with the final version. One basic version with as less Code as possible (like the current one).
And maybe a additional one with navigation on the right, the 4images delauft logo on the top and some more CSS Styles that I will use on my own version.

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