ok, I had made incredible progress toward designing my first site until I made one little mistake in css and the whole site when to hell. So I am back to square one again-> having to delete all the pages I created and start from scratch again. Let me ask you guys, why is it when you mess up a single setting in css it affect 20 elements and then when you correct your mistake, you have to go through each and everyone element to correct what the mistake changed. is it because my design is flawed from the start or is it simply teh nature of Dreamweaver? I can't believe you have to scrapt a whole day of work because you click the wrong button at some point, there is got to be an easy way to recuperate out of this?
So anyhoo... my question is this: if my main grid container has got a class of "fluid" do I still need to use "fluid class" for all the child elements of this first parent element?
This is what screwing everything for me I think.