05-21-2012, 04:40 PM
Im trying to make a new website with an accordian menu, a 2 column like layout etc.etc.,
so far, I cant figure out why my top and bottom strips are different colors,
my accordian menu doesnt seem to work correctly in safari, and im having issues with lining that paragraph of text up next to my accordian menu in a different column. What am I doing wrong, Im guessing its something really dumb and Im just missing it entirely. My test site is up at www.trendstudiosorlando.com/test/index.html
Yet again, thank you
05-22-2012, 03:38 PM
The alignment problem you are having with that lower paragraph is most likely due to the settings in one of your stylesheets (common.css). It reads:
font-family:Verdana, Geneva, sans-serif;
Try playing around with that to see if you can find a solution. If not, let me know and I'll look a bit further into it for you.
In regard to the accordian menu headers appearing to be different colors, that's just a trick of the eye. I do see how the bottom one looks slightly lighter than the top, but when I analyzed them, they both have the same HEX value of #88738C so they are the same.
EDIT: After further viewing your source code, it appears that you placed the paragraph outside the "services" div so it was automatically being shoved below. I adjusted that section of your code and it right aligns next to the according window just fine. It also moves the small address and Social Media icons down to a more appropriate location. I would suggest bumping up the size for the address info and also the phrase "Upcoming Events and Special Offers" as they are just too small to read.
I'm including a bit more than just my edits simply because the "3 Banner" and "Footer" tags are clearly marked so they show you exactly where this adjusted code appears.
<!-- The 3 Banner -->
<!-- Services List -->
<p><br/> Upcoming Events and Special Offers</p>
<div id="blurb"><h1 style="text-align:left;">Trend Studios Comes to Orlando, FL</h1>
<h4 style="text-align:left;">April, 6 2012</h4>
<p>Orlando, FL− March 30, 2012− There’s a new breed of salon and spa set to hit the Downtown Orlando scene − one that offers an unparalleled repertoire of cutting-
edge services in a fun and lively atmosphere. Trend Studios Orlando will open for business on Monday, April 9, and an invitation-only grand opening celebration will follow on Wednesday, April 11
from 6-10 pm. Cocktail attire is suggested for the party, but not required. All media members are welcome to attend with a guest, and will receive a complimentary service of their choice at a date
and time that works for them.
Located at 16 W. Pine Street, the space, which formerly housed a print shop, has undergone a complete renovation. Catering to the downtown professional market, Trend Studios will offer the
broadest range of services of any salon and spa in Central Florida. In addition to avant-garde haircuts and color, they will also offer nail services, spray tans, massage therapy, eyelash extensions,
teeth whitening, and even concierge services such as dry cleaning.</p>
<h3><a href="#">Mother's Day Special</a></h3>
<div><center><a href="http://www.trendstudiosorlando.com/test/images/mother.jpg" rel="lightbox" title="Trend Studios Mothers Day Special"><img
src="images/mother.jpg" width="250" /></a></center></div>
<h3><a href="#">Recovery Sundays</a></h3>
<div><center><a href="http://www.trendstudiosorlando.com/test/images/recovery.jpg" rel="lightbox" title="Recovery Sundays Special"><img
src="images/recovery.jpg" width="300" /></a></center></div>
<!-- Footer -->
There are a few other alignment issues I would say you should look into (i.e., the top purple buttons overlap the image of the stylists. It should be moved up a bit so it doesn't cover the guy's head. Also, the accordion menu and that paragraph are too high in regard to the main image (they overlap the bottom black border of the main image). They should be adjusted as well. Finally, the dark purple text links at the top are not easy to read. Perhaps a lighter color? Just a few suggestions... hope they help.
05-22-2012, 04:51 PM
That seems to have fixed the positioning issue I was having, however it pushed my accordian way down and it still doesnt work in safari...
Ach, we've got two different threads on the same subject here. See this thread:http://www.codingforums.com/showthread.php?t=262226
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