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Hello population,

I've a problem figuring out whether there exists an option in the
tag. I'm using a div tag and it has like 8 entries in it horizontally(i.e in a single line.) I made sure the webpage alignment works fine for all the resolution and most of the common browsers. But since i defined everything in %, the
tag doesnot work as desired?? Is there a way to increase the spacing between each entry in the
using % option so that it looks uniform on all the resolutions??

Thanks for ur reply in advance

Swaroop.

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  • dolev9dolev9 Posts: 147Member
    [b][red]This message was edited by dolev9 at 2005-7-26 14:42:4[/red][/b][hr]
    i have only one thing to say about that:

    http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/workshop/author/dhtml/reference/objects/div.asp
  • swaroopmjswaroopmj Posts: 4Member
    Thank u for ur reply. I now figured out how to do it. If i have problems i'll contact u again. Thank you for ur time.

    Swaroop
  • dolev9dolev9 Posts: 147Member
    fill free to mail me, or use the programmers heaven's messages system if you got any problem.

    dolev

  • swaroopmjswaroopmj Posts: 4Member
    first of all thnx for the reply dolev. I actually got other cool options for the menu from that link, but still cant solve the problem. I'll reframe my problem,


    My div tag has 8 names(links) aligned horizontally. Now the alignment(or rather the spacing b/w the links) is perfect in 800X600 resolution. But when i change my resolution to say 1024X768 the width of the div remains same but the entries in it r aligned with same spacing, so there will b a gap on the right side. I know we've to provide the alignment in % for it to work in all resolutions, but the % option has no effect when i use it in the div option.

    I hope u got my problem. I tried some more options in the link but still cudnt get it to work. Thnx for ur reply


    Regards,
    Swaroop.
  • dolev9dolev9 Posts: 147Member
    i had the exact same problem as you do.


    i think that what you search for is this:

    http://msdn.microsoft.com/workshop/author/dhtml/reference/properties/height_0.asp



    here is another link that might interest you:

    http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/workshop/author/om/measuring.asp


    dolev
  • NCS_OneNCS_One Posts: 170Member
    : Hello population,
    :
    : I've a problem figuring out whether there exists an option in the
    tag. I'm using a div tag and it has like 8 entries in it horizontally(i.e in a single line.) I made sure the webpage alignment works fine for all the resolution and most of the common browsers. But since i defined everything in %, the
    tag doesnot work as desired?? Is there a way to increase the spacing between each entry in the
    using % option so that it looks uniform on all the resolutions??
    :
    : Thanks for ur reply in advance
    :
    : Swaroop.
    :

    Hi

    Dont know if this what you looking for but try this :
    ---------------------------------------------------------


    File2



    AEIOU

    AEIOU

    AEIOU

    AEIOU

    AEIOU

    AEIOU

    AEIOU




    --------------------------------------------------------------

    Hope it help.
  • CyGuyCyGuy Posts: 312Member
    : : Hello population,
    : :
    : : I've a problem figuring out whether there exists an option in the
    tag. I'm using a div tag and it has like 8 entries in it horizontally(i.e in a single line.) I made sure the webpage alignment works fine for all the resolution and most of the common browsers. But since i defined everything in %, the
    tag doesnot work as desired?? Is there a way to increase the spacing between each entry in the
    using % option so that it looks uniform on all the resolutions??
    : :
    : : Thanks for ur reply in advance
    : :
    : : Swaroop.
    : :
    :
    : Hi
    :
    : Dont know if this what you looking for but try this :
    : ---------------------------------------------------------
    :
    :
    : File2
    :
    :
    :

    :
    AEIOU

    :
    AEIOU

    :
    AEIOU

    :
    AEIOU

    :
    AEIOU

    :
    AEIOU

    :
    AEIOU

    :

    :
    :
    : --------------------------------------------------------------
    :
    : Hope it help.
    :
    There are ways to do this, I have a handfull of functions.
    Some for images that don't even belong to me.
    If you succeed in retrieving a browsers width,
    Math.floor(width/8) might work, if the browser's
    width is evenly divisible by 8, then it would be a
    simple task of srategecly placing the remaing pixels
    distributed amounst the div tags!!!
    need a more help --- [email protected]
    http://www.home.earthlink.net/~cyrus.hays
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