In need of some CSS editing

Discussion in 'Web Design and Development' started by Bonesone4, Nov 24, 2007.

  1. Bonesone4 macrumors regular

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    #1
    Hi...I have a blog that I use as my website. www.MichaelBrodner.com.
    I was wondering if anyone out there would be willing to work with me a little bit on editing the CSS of it. There are a couple of small things that I'd like done if it's possible.

    One: If you click on the tab that say "MOVIES," notice that you have to keep scrolling down to go through all of them. Is there a way to add an elevator scroller here so it only displays 3 at a time?

    Two: is there a way I could add some sort of flash animation to my header? Say, if I came up with a simple camera move that would bring all of the elements of my header together. Id do the animation but it would be your task to add it to the header.

    Three: The Links in my header that say: Vimeo, Youtube, iTunes, and Myspace...I was wondering if those could be made clickable and linked to my profiles for those sites. Please email me at Bones@rochester.rr.com if you are interested and well talk. Thank you :)

    Bones
     
  2. tominated macrumors 68000

    tominated

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    #2
    That is definitely not css help you need. It's html and javascript help you need
     
  3. decksnap macrumors 68040

    decksnap

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    #3
    If you made the header out of flash you could just put the links in the flash file. Kill two birds. You just need to insert the flash file into the html.

    The last thing about subscrolling the movies I think is unnecessary.
     
  4. plumbingandtech macrumors 68000

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  5. SrWebDeveloper macrumors 68000

    SrWebDeveloper

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    The combination of HTML and Javascript to produce drill down menus which is what this user needs is commonly referred to as DHTML (Dynamic HTML).

    CSS can be used to add a box and scrollbars, but it would look awful and not be functional, so the advice given that this isn't a CSS solution was right. I suggest the user seeking help visit a few web sites that have tutorials on DHTML drop down menus and go from there. :cool:

    This page has plenty of freeware examples and downloads:

    http://simplythebest.net/scripts/DHTML_scripts/dhtml_menu_scripts.html

    -jim
     

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