From: Dan Langille <dan@la...> - 2002-11-22 19:04:54
On 22 Nov 2002 at 11:29, Andrew McCall wrote:
> Hi All,
> I have been given a problem by out web designers, who seem to
> think that this is an admin issue, I am pretty sure its due to
> some incorrect code :)
Being a coder, I agree with you.
> We use htdig to search our site, and it works very well. Recently the
> designers have moved to a much more dynamic & css based site, and have
> tried to set up the htdig search results page to work with a .css
> file. (They first tried to set it up using a .shtml file, till I told
> them that couldn't be done).
> It seems to work, and does indeed include the
> images/colours/fonts set in the .css file, however there is a
> problem with the alignement of the result "bullets" being
> vertical rather than horizontal. I have taken screenshots and
> they are available here :
> Can anyone tell me how/why this is happening, and if possible how to
> fix this?
> I would love to go back to the web designers with an answer, and to
> tell them that they should have seen what was wrong :)
What happens if you remove the reference to the .css file?
Can we see the HTML? Put that up on a webpage (just do a FILE SAVE
AS from your browser and put it somewhere). If you need a place,
contact me offlist and I'll arrange it.
Dan Langille : http://www.langille.org/