I can't figure out what this line is both in Dreamweaver and after I publish my site online. Does anyone have any thoughts on this? There's a small solid line that runs the width of my main content. ....
The page is password protected so I can't give the login info, but it's not anything that I can even see when I used Developer Tools, it's not a Horizonal Rule, and nothing is underlined. Just wondered if anyone has encountered this before. I'm using Dreamweaver cs5.5. ...
Any thoughts of stuff to check on would be great!
No I check that too! Maybe I can mimic it on another page and then post a URL, I for the life of me cannot figure out what it might be...Developer tools doesn't even pick it up at all lol....it's there for sure in Dreamweaver and so it shows up online...here's a portion of the screen shot: It's only a portion of the screen, but that line is going all the way across that content area....
Ok, I just did check that and there is a border on top of: nav ul... but THIS list near the 'line' is an ordered list so all the CSS goes with: article li, article ol, and ol span; so that border declaration should not be causing this issue.
I've included a link so you guys can see my mysterious line better. It's a copy of PART of the real page that has the line that you can't see due to it being a password protected .php page.
I did take the other advice too and have checked it in all browsers...the line still shows up from what I can tell...
So take a look at another instance of my 'line' lol here:
The line is in your repeated background image lg-header-bg2.jpg
It's actually just 2 black pixels set 2 pixels from the top of that image. Since the background is repeated horizontally only, it appears as an unbroken line.
You'll need to modify the image in Photoshop or some other graphic editor.
OH wow geeze I've used that background image on that site for a long time and it never showed up before, but YUP, I just looked at the Illustrator file where I made it and you are correct! Wow good for you I totally missed that!
Wonder why it never showed up before tho... strange. I will go back and remove it. I think I still have something wrong because that image should start at the very top of that page....
You actually have it set to start at the bottom of its container within the styles.css stylesheet...
border-radius: 0px 0px 10px 10px;
background-position: left bottom;
OMgosh I think I totally remember why I set it to position at the bottom now - but I was still totally unaware of the few little black pixels at the very top of the repeating image. Will have to fix that! Thank you for being so diligent with helping me ;-)