JLS (jlsjlsjls) wrote,
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Feeling insufferably proud of myself ...

... because I've just successfully edited two webpages to have fixed navigation bars on the right.** Considering both my CSS/HTML5 manuals seem to think navigation is a perversion that should be barely mentioned I consider this a major accomplishment.

**Fixed navigation rather than navigation that scrolls off the screen is a necessity. Getting the things on the right rather than the left eliminates a couple of major display problems with the main portions of those pages so now going ahead with the rest of the updating from frames/HTML to CSS/HTML5, plus the reformatting of the third page I do for our clients, is clear sailing! :-)
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