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Old 05-06-2008, 02:43 AM   #4
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Thanks Marjolein - I know I could rely on you for really useful feedback. I need to think again about how to re-structure the CSS to stop that annoying float problem you saw (it doesn't happen here in IE and FF, and I hadn't checked in other browsers yet). The hint about floating the images on the home page is helpful

The alt text thing flummoxed me: I had initially been thinking that the "description" field under the image upload provided alt text - but it's some obscure desc. of the whole page that is not used! Once I'd figured that out, I added them - but when I copied up the updated pages, the web app didn't pick them up. I've fixed that now by changing a control page to kick-start it again. I never though to check that the changes had been picked up. D'oh.

Back to the drawing board!
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