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You need to re-link your stylesheet (mm_training.css) to the page
correctly. At the moment the stylesheet is pointing at a file on your
local computer (see below) and therefore when you upload the page it
doesn't pick up any styles associated with that stylesheet.
Also you have another file (a spacer image) which is pointing at your
local computers HD. Re-link it to the page correctly.
alt="" width="15" height="1" border="0" />
> This time not for me ;-)
> My partner is also a newbie in DW8. She is creating for her endwork a
> mini-site based on the starters pages (with tables).
> One column has Orange text on a dark blue background. The H2 text on the
> main column is in orange.
> Uploaded the first pages and at home with IE7 it all shows as she created it.
> Anyhow when she checks the result at the office (IE6), these colours are not
> there anymore.
> Is it really a problem of the IE version? How can we solve this.
> Her link is www.lotolux.com/NZ
> Many thanks for helping her out.
> Kind regards
Can you tell us what is should be exactly. We understand the wrong linking but we don`t know how to link it exactly to this table-layout.
many thanks in advance
> Can you tell us what is should be exactly. We understand the wrong linking
> but we don`t know how to link it exactly to this table-layout.
> many thanks in advance
> Kind regards
<link rel="stylesheet" href="mm_training.css" type="text/css" />
Duplicate the mm_training.css file (which at the moment appears to be in
the 'StarterPages' folder in the Dreamweaver application folder and put
it in your site folder 'NZ' AND make sure you upload the mm_training.css
file to your 'NZ' folder on your remote server (the remote server is
what you upload your finished files to so they can be viewed by anyone
with web access)
Once you have done that check the page works ok. If it doesnt then post
back and someone will try and help you further.
It looks like you used one of the starter pages, and those two files didn't
get copied to this Local Site Folder- the paths are still pointing to where
they are stored in the Configuration folder.
Look at the paths:
Go to there on your hard drive [may need to click some prompts to show
files, and change settings to "show hidden files"
copy the two files.
go to this Local Site Folder
paste the files.
now fix the links
Adobe Community Expert, dreamweaver
Osgood and Alan,
Thanks for the info. We gonna try to do that and see what the result is.
Many thanks for your help.