I am not a noob but no web designer either. I cant figure out this problem.
On this page, www.YPTusa.com/tv.html, for some reason, I have a white strip running across the top of my page. By comparison, it doesn't appear on my index page: www.YPTusa.com.
I've tried everything I know to figure out why it is there including dissecting the code (both html and css).
Would anyone be able to inspect the elements of both pages at tell me how I can get rid of it? Its really driving me nuts.
Thanks for anything anyon ecan do.
wow...first of all. THANK YOU. I havent tried it yet, but I will.
Second, do you think i can just move the line? I'm pretty sure i need it.
But I will do it now.
Thanks again Sudarshan. I really didnt expect help that quickly.
You're welcome. The tag you had earlier was way before the actual place where it should've been (even if it had any effect on your video player). Anyway, your video is being loaded in a container much after that within a flash version of the JW player. So, yes, that tag was redundant.
Do post back if you have more questions. Happy to help
ok, so close....
one more, if you dont mind, regarding general layout:
This page: www.YPTusa.com/tv_menubar.html, is supposed to appear like this: www.YPTusa.com/tv.html.
Can you tell me what I am missing?
Thanks again. That seemed like a simple enought solution, and it did fix the problem.
What confuses me is that I have recently upgraded to CS6 from CS5, but with CS5 I never had to upload the style sheet separatley to the web. It always seemed to do it automatically. What could be different? Is it a setting?
What am I missing?
Lot of reasons. Dependant file upload may have been disabled (when it prompts you), server trouble (failed uploads), etc... You can review your DW Server Logs to see if that yields any info.
But, glad it's fixed now
I see why you are an MVP. This was a big help to me. I'm a person who like to figure things out for themselves and in hindsight, both solutions were quite simple and right in front of me. I hope I can keep learning to the point that I can also be a help to someone. I'm sure it feels good.
Thanks again Sudarshan.
Hey Sudarshan, i was wondering if I could ask your help once again. Its is somewhat related to the last issue.
I am really having trouble putting my CSS pages with CS6. In fact, they arent uploading at all.
I'm doing everythimng the same as I did with CS5. Would you be able to help figure our what could be different in CS6 in terms of uploading an external style sheet in conjunction with a corrresponding HTMLpage?
With CS5, as long as the ESS was linked via the code on the html page, as long as I uploaded (put) the html page, the ESS was uploaded as well.
In CS6, when I put the html page, even the ESS is linked, the CSS code is not applied.
Any thoughts? I appreciate anything you can tell me.
ok, I think I ay have figured part of it out.
For whatever reason, in CS5, when i put an HTML file, the corresponding ESS was put automatically. In CS6 this is not the case. In CS6 I have to put them separately.
Do you know if there is a preset i can use to accomplish this?
It happens in CS6 too. DW usually prompts you to 'Put Dependant Files' when you try to Put any HTML or PHP file. Unless you clicked 'Don't ask again' and clicked 'No', that is how it should work for you.
Another scenario is when you're trying to import or load another CSS from within a CSS using @import tag. Such cases, DW may not put the file for you automatically.
One thing you could do is to enable 'Synchronization' to ensure all files locally are in sync with the remote server. Or, manually use the Files panel to multiple select all required files and hit 'Put' to put all to server at once.
If you go into PREFERENCES > Site, you will find an option to prompt for dependent files on put and get. Enable those options. Then when you are next prompted, enable the option not to show the prompt again. Now dependent files will be automatically uploaded until you again reset those PREFERENCES settings.