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Web Design / design problem solving...
« on: January 16, 2009, 04:08:08 am »
Okay, I realize it is a design no no to think about how you want to organize information AFTER you're done with the design. I have made a new site to incorporate various things I have done, and have placed the template at http://gopus.xepher.net/teaching2. What I am concerned about is what I should put in the tan-colored bar to the right. I have menu options in the dark brown bar above the content area, but I want to place information in the right bar as well. What information or content might be a logical choice, in your opinion, to put in the right bar?

I have considered shoutboxes and twitters, and everything (but it wouldn't be a logical choice to put them there). I really like the dynamic with the right bar and the menu bar, and so I don't want to change the overall site design, so I really want to make use of the right tan bar, I just can't think of what to do...

Any suggestions...creative or otherwise?

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Web Design / dropdown menus...
« on: March 08, 2007, 09:34:43 pm »
Hey, I'm trying to remake my site ( http://gopus.xepher.net ), and I want to implement dropdown menus via javascript. I want to have the dropdown links show up UNDER the menu, so I want to alter the placement of the dropdown div respective to the menu div via javascript. I am not entirely sure how to do this, but I tried to do something like the following:

   document.getElementById('comicpulldown').style.top = document.getElementById('comicslink').style.top;
   document.getElementById('comicpulldown').style.left = document.getElementById('comicslink').style.left;

Where 'comicpulldown' is the div with the list of comics, and 'comicslink' is the actual menu the mouse hovers over to get the list. The values of comicslink do not impute onto comicpulldown so I am not entirely sure what to do. Not sure what the issue is, and it seems as if javascript/dhtml/etc. tutorials are progressively diminishing on the internet (good ones anyway).

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General Chat / post that shouldn't go here
« on: July 29, 2006, 01:27:22 am »

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