1.2.06

CSS and the payoff



Take a gander at what I've been up to some of the time for the past couple months. I'm still waiting for Dave to finish the news and docs pages.

4 comments:

Kevin said...

This is a great website Zaak! Those long hours in front of CSS scripts is paying off! BTW, what software do you use to edit/visualize your CSS file?

Kydd-o said...

Nicely done! The side menu is an especially nice freature. I'm going to take a look at your css file right now!

Zaak said...

I've been using DreamWeaver MX 2004. It's quite good. Problem though is that all the files are .tmpl and I couldn't create and preview without uploading first because they reference other .tmpl files (like the banner, menu, bottom, and side sponsorship thing). Dreamweaver has its own template cgi thing but I haven't studied it enough to understand it. Gotta learn cgi. But .tmpl files are actually .html files with a different tag, so the actual design was done with realtime vis.

The side menu was a script that Dave Peters in Calgary found and gave to me. Yes, I like it very much too.

Sirdar said...

Good job!! I was wanting to learn about building websites but darn if I couldn't really find a good topic to go with. So, I stuck with Blogger and it serves me as well as it can. Keep up the good work!!