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Help with header.php


ozarkhighs

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Yes, It can be done!

Sadly, I don't know how.

My experience with DHTML menu's is limited. I do know it is not very easy to do. I will leave this to the pro's.

Good Luck,

Moon

"Woohoo, Just Havin Funnn!"

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Ok - Thanks...I have decieded to leave it alone.

 

However, I'm having issues with the way it my school site renders in firefox and IE. For some reason when I open the store in IE there is a gap on the right side.

 

Why is this? Is there something I can do to fix this?

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mmmm tried something like this before. you need to adjust the template and reinstall... or at least thats what i did with an other PHP script..

 

www.challenge-baits.com/phpbookuk/guestbook.php

 

i completly added my normal site to the PHPtemplate and then uploaded it.

 

worked on it for like 6 hours <_< as i ain't a PRO :(

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