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  1. #1
    Martin279
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    Standard CSS in HTML ?!

    OMFG Bitte nochmal hilfe:

    Also ich habe ein style sheet entworfen und will es in die html datei einbinden und habe Fragen dazu:

    1.Wie binde ich das CSS ein ??Ich habe es schon wie folgt versucht:
    Code:
    <html>
    <head>
    <title>Das link-Element f&uuml;r Stylesheets</title>
    <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="style.css">
    <style type="text/css">
    
    </style>
    </head>
    <body>
    <h1>Das link-Element f&uuml;r Stylesheets</h1>
    </body>
    </html>
    Soo klappt es aber irgendwie nicht

    2.Wo mach ich die verweise auf einzelne Teile meiner Seite hin (about me,freunde.......)

    Achja hier ist der CSS code:

    Code:
    <HTML>
    <HEAD>
    <TITLE>CSS und HTML</TITLE>
    <LINK href="style.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css">
    <STYLE type="text/css">
    <!--H1 &#123; color&#58; olive;
    
    
    TD &#123;
    
     color&#58; red;
    <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN"
      "http&#58;//www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd">
    <html lang="en" xml&#58;lang="en" xmlns="http&#58;//www.w3.org/1999/xhtml">
    
    <head>
    <meta http-equiv="Content-type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8" />
    <title>Your Page Title Here</title>
    <style type="text/css" media="screen">@import url&#40;"css/noodle_real.css"&#41;;</style>
    <!-- import with quotes and brackets hides css from&#58;
    Netscape 4.x
    Win IE 3
    Win IE 4
    Mac IE 4.01
    Mac IE 4.5
    Konqueror 2.1.2
    Win Amaya 5.1
    isn't that nice to know? -->
    <style type="text/css">
    /******************************************
    Copyright Notice&#58; Parts of these notes are
    &#40;c&#41; Owen Briggs @ www.thenoodleincident.com
    &#40;for the font css file&#41; &#40;c&#41; Big John @
    www.positioniseverything.net and &#40;c&#41; Paul
    O'Brien @ www.pmob.co.uk, all of whom
    contributed significantly to the design of
    the css and html code.
    All other content is &#40;c&#41; ClevaTreva Designs
    ******************************************/
    /***XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX Primary layout rules XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
    
    To change many of the widths/heights requires that other certain values must
    also be changed at the same time. For this reason, beside these critical
    attributes &#40;or nearby if comment hacks do not allow&#41; are comments with the
    calculations as to how to adjust them.
    
    These guidance comments start with /*** and end with ***/
    
    /***
    You can delete these if you want, but do not delete MAC Hack comments &#40;see
    below&#41;.
    
    To change the width of the entire layout, adjust the columns that make up the
    total, remembering the borders. Remember, even one small mistake will degrade
    or even break the layout, so be very careful!
    
    For spacing within the cols, it's best to apply margins on content elements
    inserted into the cols, because padding directly on those col elements will
    change their widths, breaking the layout.
    
    Certain hiding hacks have been used extensively in this layout, so here is a
    quick explanation of them.
    
    The Safari escape tab hack&#58;
    ***************************
    
     &#40;used on wrapper, and the 3 backgrounds for Moz
    and Opera&#41;.
    
    Puts an escape in front of a valid number in the style name to replace a
    letter in that name, e.g. \65 is an e. A tab is then inserted &#40;not a space&#41;.
    The purpose of this hack is to hide some code from Safari. Unfortunately,
    some other browsers &#40;like IE&#41; see it for what it should be &#40;but NOT Safari&#41;,
    and so we must undo the code for those browsers by other hacks.
    
    The Tan hack&#58;
    *************
    
    * html .anyelement &#123;rules read only by IE/Win and IE/Mac&#125;
    
    The MAC hack&#58;
    *************
    
    &#40;first the active comment you are reading now must be
    closed...&#41; ***/
    
    /* \*/
    
    /* */
    
    /***...Back in comment mode now. Anything between those two comment lines
    will be hidden from IE/Mac. Don't use any comments within this hack or it will
    close prematurely and IE/Mac will begin reading before it should.
    
    The above two hacks are combined so as to feed rules only to IE/Win.
    
    The Holly Hack&#58;
    ***************
    
    Proper use of backslash escape characters inside property names used in the
    Holly hack can further segregate rules to be read by only IE6 from rules for
    IE5.x/Win.
    
    These hiding hacks, along with several other fixes, make possible this formerly
    impossible layout. It is highly unlikely that new browsers will have any
    problem with these valid hiding hacks, and we will have to wait for Microsoft
    to release IE7.
    
    If enabled in the PageMaker, the 100% height in the html and body styles makes
    the design full height. It also breaks Moz because you should use min-height,
    but that doesn't work! Note
    how these 100% heights are hidden from IE Mac with
    the MAC Hack, otherwise they break it.
    
    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX ***/
    html,body&#123;
      margin&#58;0; /*** Do NOT set anything other than a left margin for the page
    as this will break the design ***/
      padding&#58;0;
      border&#58;0;
    /* \*/
      height&#58;100%;
    /* Last height declaration hidden from Mac IE 5.x */
    &#125;
    body&#123;
      background&#58;#EEEEEE;
      min-width&#58;782px; /*** This is needed for moz. Otherwise, the header and footer will
    slide off the left side of the page if the screen width is narrower than the design.
    Not seen by IE. Left Col + Right Col + Center Col + Both Inner Borders + Both Outer Borders ***/
      text-align&#58;center; /*** IE/Win &#40;not IE/MAC&#41; alignment of page ***/
    &#125;
    .clear&#123;
      clear&#58;both;
    /*** these next attributes are designed to keep the div
    height to 0 pixels high, critical for Safari and Netscape 7 ***/
      height&#58;1px;
      overflow&#58;hidden;
      line-height&#58;1%;
      font-size&#58;0px;
      margin-bottom&#58;-1px;
    &#125;
    * html .clear&#123;height&#58;auto;margin-bottom&#58;0&#125; /*** stops IE browsers from displaying
    the clear div/br in the page, as these are for Moz/Opera and
    Safari only. If IE 5.x Win DID display these, the page is too high ***/
    #fullheightcontainer&#123;
      margin-left&#58;auto; /*** Mozilla/Opera/Mac IE 5.x alignment of page ***/
      margin-right&#58;auto; /*** Mozilla/Opera/Mac IE 5.x alignment of page ***/
      text-align&#58;left; /*** IE Win re-alignment of page if page is centered ***/
      position&#58;relative; /*** Needed for IE, othewise header and footer aren't contained
    directly above and below the body ***/
      width&#58;782px; /*** Needed for Moz/Opera to keep page from sliding to left side of
    page when it calculates auto margins above. Can't use min-width. Note that putting
    width in #fullheightcontainer shows it to IE and causes problems, so IE needs a hack
    to remove this width. Left Col + Right Col + Center Col + Both Inner Border + Both Outer Borders ***/
    /* \*/
      height&#58;100%;
    /* Last height declaration hidden from Mac IE 5.x */
    /*** Needed for Moz to give full height design if page content is
    too small to fill the page ***/
    &#125;
    #wrapper&#123;
      min-height&#58;100%; /*** moz uses this to make full height design. As this #wrapper
    is inside the #fullheightcontainer which is 100% height, moz will not inherit heights
    further into the design inside this container, which you should be able to do with
    use of the min-height style. Instead, Mozilla ignores the height&#58;100% or
    min-height&#58;100% from this point inwards to the center of the design - a nasty bug.
    If you change this to height&#58;100% moz won't expand the design if content grows.
    Aaaghhh. I pulled my hair out over this for days. ***/
    /* \*/
      height&#58;100%;
    /* Last height declaration hidden from Mac IE 5.x */
    /*** Fixes height for non moz browsers, to full height ***/
      border-right&#58;1px solid #000000; /*** Sets the external right side border. ***/
      border-left&#58;1px solid #000000; /*** Sets the external left side border. ***/
      background&#58;#009933; /*** Set background color for side columns for Safari & IE ***/
    &#125;
    #wrapp\65	r&#123; /*** for Opera and Moz &#40;and some others will see it, but NOT Safari&#41; ***/
      height&#58;auto; /*** For moz to stop it fixing height to 100% ***/
    &#125;
    /* \*/
    * html #wrapper&#123;
      height&#58;100%;
    &#125;
    /* Last style with height declaration hidden from Mac IE 5.x */
    /*** Fixes height for IE, back to full height,
    from esc tab hack moz min-height solution ***/
    #outer&#123;
      z-index&#58;1; /*** Critical value for Moz/Opera Background Column colors fudge to work ***/
      position&#58;relative; /*** IE needs this or the contents won't show outside the parent container. ***/
      margin-left&#58;150px; /*** Critical left col dimension value = left col width ***/
      width&#58;478px; /*** Critical left and right col/divider dimension value &#40;moves inversly&#41; = center col width ***/
      border-right&#58;1px solid #000000; /*** Sets the internal right side border. ***/
      border-left&#58;1px solid #000000; /*** Sets the internal left side border. ***/
      background&#58;#ADD8E6; /*** Sets background of center col***/
    /* \*/
      height&#58;100%;
    /* Last height declaration hidden from Mac IE 5.x */
    /*** Needed for full height inner borders in Win IE ***/
    &#125;
    /*** The next style hack for widths are NOT needed if no internal side borders are needed ***/
    * html #outer&#123; /*** IE5.x/win box model fix ***/
      width&#58;480px; /*** Critical left and right col/divider dimension value
    &#40;moves inversly&#41; = Center Col Width + Both Inner Borders ***/
      w\idth&#58;478px; /*** Critical left and right col/divider dimension value &#40;moves inversly&#41; = Center Col Width ***/
    &#125;
    #float-wrap&#123;
      width&#58;478px; /*** Critical left and right col/divider dimension value &#40;moves inversly&#41; = Center Col Width ***/
      margin-right&#58;-1px; /*** Static fix, doesn't change ***/
      float&#58;left;
      display&#58;inline;
    &#125;
    #left&#123;
      width&#58;152px; /*** Critical left col/divider dimension value = Left Col Width + 1px + One Internal Border Width ***/
      float&#58;left;
      display&#58;inline;
      position&#58;relative; /*** IE needs this or the contents won't show
    outside the parent container. ***/
      margin-left&#58;-151px; /*** Critical left col/divider dimension value = left col width + one internal border width ***/
    &#125;
    *>html #left&#123;width&#58;151px;&#125; /*** Fix only for IE/Mac = left col width + one internal border width ***/
    #container-left&#123;
      width&#58;150px; /*** Critical left col dimension value = left col width - 1px ***/
    &#125;
    #right&#123;
      float&#58;left;
      display&#58;inline;
      width&#58;152px; /*** Critical right col/divider dimension value = right col width + 2px ***/
      margin-right&#58;-150px; /*** Critical right col/divider dimension value = negative right col width ***/
      margin-left&#58;-1px; /*** Static fix ***/
      position&#58;relative; /*** IE needs this or the contents won't show
    outside the parent container. ****/
    &#125;
    /* \*/
    * html #right&#123;
      width&#58;152px;
      margin-left&#58;0px;
      margin-right&#58;-500px;
      mar\gin-right&#58;-152px;
    &#125;
    /* Above style hidden from Mac IE */
    /*** These commented-out rules below are there to explain the "Critical" info
         for the rules above, because comments must not appear within the Mac-hack.
         The "rules" below are not active, they are just for teaching purposes.
    
    * html #right&#123;
      width&#58;152px; Critical right col/divider dimension value = right col width + one internal border width + 1px ***
      margin-left&#58;0px; *** Critical right divider dimension value = a static 0px ***
      margin-right&#58;-500px; *** IE5.x/win fix, must be above a critical number, but very high values appear okay ***
      mar\gin-right&#58;-152px; *** Critical right col/divider dimension value  = negative &#40;right col width + one internal border width + 1px&#41; ***
    &#125;
    ***/
    #container-right&#123;
    /* \*/
      width&#58;150px;
    /* Above hidden from IE-Mac */
    /*** Critical right col dimension value = right col width ***/
      margin-left&#58;3px; /*** Critical right divider dimension value = one internal border width + 2px ***/
    &#125;
    /* \*/
    * html #container-right&#123;
      fl\oat&#58;right;
      di\splay&#58;inline;
      margin-left&#58;2px;
      mar\gin-left&#58;0px;
    &#125;
    /* Above style hidden from Mac IE */
    /*** Above margin left set to = one internal border width + 1px ***/
    /*** Static fixes ***/
    
    /*** a Note on the Holly hack&#58; if IE/Win shows bugs it's a good idea to apply the height&#58;1%
         hack to different elements and see if that fixes the problem. Sometimes it may be
         necessary to use "position&#58; relative;" on certain elements, but it's hard to tell in
         advance which elements will need such fixes. ***/
    /*** This is a STATIC fix for IE5/Win at the largest text size setting. ***/
    /* \*/
    * html #left&#123;margin-right&#58;-3px;&#125;
    /* Above style hidden from Mac IE */
    /*** All the IE fixes that are inside seperate "Mac-hacks" may be grouped within
         just one Mac-hack for convenience if desired. However, each fix must come
         later than the rule it is fixing or the fix itself will be overridden. ***/
    #center&#123;
      width&#58;478px; /*** Set to = center col width ***/
      float&#58;right;
      display&#58;inline;
    /* \*/
      margin-left&#58;-1px;
    /* Hidden from IE-mac */
    &#125;
    /*** clearheader heights are made from header height + borders +
    any sidebar box height, less any sidebar intrusion.
    Similar calcs for footers. ***/
    #clearheadercenter&#123;
      height&#58;72px; /*** needed to make room for header in center column ***/
      overflow&#58;hidden;
    &#125;
    #clearheaderleft&#123;
      height&#58;72px; /*** needed to make room for header in left column ***/
      overflow&#58;hidden;
    &#125;
    #clearheaderright&#123;
      height&#58;72px; /*** needed to make room for header in right column ***/
      overflow&#58;hidden;
    &#125;
    #clearfootercenter&#123;
      height&#58;52px; /*** needed to make room for footer in center column ***/
      overflow&#58;hidden;
    &#125;
    #clearfooterleft&#123;
      height&#58;52px; /*** needed to make room for footer in left column ***/
      overflow&#58;hidden;
    &#125;
    #clearfooterright&#123;
      height&#58;52px; /*** needed to make room for footer in right column ***/
      overflow&#58;hidden;
    &#125;
    #footer&#123;
      z-index&#58;1; /*** Critical value for Moz/Opera Background Column colors fudge to work ***/
      position&#58;absolute;
      clear&#58; both;
      width&#58;782px; /*** Set to Left Col + Right Col + Center Col + Both Inner Borders +
    Both External Borders ***/
      height&#58;52px; /*** = Bottom Margin + One Outer Border + body to footer divider depth +
    subfooter1 height + any other subfooter heights ***/
      overflow&#58;hidden;
      margin-top&#58;-52px; /*** negative height ***/
    &#125;
    #subfooter1&#123;
      background&#58;#666600; /*** Background Color of Sub-footer #1 ***/
      text-align&#58;center;
      margin&#58;0 1px; /*** Margin to show left and right External Borders - all sub-headers and sub-footers ***/
      height&#58;50px; /*** sub-footer row height ***/
    &#125;
    #header&#123;
      z-index&#58;1; /*** Critical value for Moz/Opera Background Column colors fudge to work ***/
      position&#58;absolute;
      top&#58;0px;
      width&#58;782px; /*** Set to Left Col &#40;not if left sidebar fully intrudes into header or left sidebar is off&#41;
    + Right Col &#40;not if right sidebar fully intrudes into header or right sidebar is off&#41; + Center Col + Both Inner
    Borders &#40;not if any sidebar intrudes into header or footer, or Inner Borders are off&#41; + Both External Borders
    &#40;not if external borders are off&#41; ***/
      height&#58;72px; /*** = Top Margin + One Outer Border + header to body divider depth +
    subheader1 height + any other subheader heights ***/
      overflow&#58;hidden;
    &#125;
    .outer_horiz_border, .sb_outer_horiz_border&#123;
      background&#58;#000000;
      height&#58;1px;
      overflow&#58;hidden;
      font-size&#58;0px
    &#125;
    #subheader1&#123;
      background&#58;#666600; /*** Background Color of Sub-header #1 ***/
      text-align&#58;center;
      margin&#58;0 1px; /*** Margin to show left and right External Borders - all sub-headers and sub-footers ***/
      height&#58;70px; /*** sub-header row height ***/
    &#125;
    #gfx_bg_middle&#123;
      top&#58;0px;
      position&#58;absolute;
      height&#58;100%;
      overflow&#58;hidden;
      width&#58;478px; /*** = Center Col Width ***/
      margin-left&#58;150px; /*** = Left Col Width ***/
      background&#58;#ADD8E6; /*** Set background color for center column for Mozilla & Opera ***/
      border-right&#58;1px solid #000000; /*** Sets the internal left side border.
    Remove border styles if no Internal Borders. ***/
      border-left&#58;1px solid #000000;
      border-left&#58;1px solid #000000;
    &#125;
    * html #gfx_bg_middle&#123;
      display&#58;none; /*** Hides the moz fix from IE ***/
    &#125;
    </style>
    <!--&#91;if IE&#93;>
    <style type="text/css">
    /*** The rule below prevents long urls from widening floated cols and breaking the layout
         in IE. It is not W3C valid, but if placed within a "Conditional comment" it will be hidden
         from all user agents other than IE/Win, and thus validate. This fix fails in IE5/Win.
         http&#58;//msdn.microsoft.com/workshop/author/dhtml/overview/ccomment_ovw.asp ***/
    #outer&#123;word-wrap&#58;break-word;&#125;
    </style>
    <!&#91;endif&#93;-->
    </head>
    <body>
    <div id="fullheightcontainer">
      <div id="wrapper">
        <div id="outer">
          <div id="float-wrap">
            <div id="center">
              <div id="clearheadercenter"></div>
              <div id="container-center">
                
    
    
                  This is the
    Main Content
    
                </p>
              </div>
              <div id="clearfootercenter"></div>
            </div>
            <div id="left">
              <div id="clearheaderleft"></div>
              <div id="container-left">
                
    
    
                  This is the Left Sidebar
    
                </p>
              </div>
              <div id="clearfooterleft"></div>
            </div>
          </div>
          <div id="right">
            <div id="clearheaderright"></div>
            <div id="container-right">
              
    
    
                This is the Right Sidebar
    
              </p>
            </div>
            <div id="clearfooterright"></div>
          </div>
          <div class="clear"></div>
        </div>
        <div id="gfx_bg_middle"></div>
      </div>
      <div id="header">
        <div class="outer_horiz_border"></div>
        <div id="subheader1">
          
    
    
            This is Sub-Header #1 &#40;with Fixed Height&#41;
          </p>
        </div>
        <div class="outer_horiz_border"></div>
      </div>
      <div class="clear"></div>
      <div id="footer">
        <div class="outer_horiz_border"></div>
        <div id="subfooter1">
          
    
    
            This is Sub-Footer #1 &#40;with Fixed Height&#41;
          </p>
        </div>
        <div class="outer_horiz_border"></div>
      </div>
    </div>
    </body>
    </html>&#91;quote&#93;&#91;/quote&#93;
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    Mal ehrlich: Wenn du dieses Stylesheet entworfen hast, dann müsstest du auch genügend Kenntnisse haben es einzubinden. Sieht mir irgendwie nicht danach aus, als ob du der Urheber wärst.

    Trotzdem: dies sollte dir weiterhelfen.

  3. #3
    Martin279
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    Okay.....ich habs nicht GANZ alleine gemacht.....ist von so einem Generator ausm Internet wo MAN aber ALLES selbst einstellen muss 1!!

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    hmmm.....trotzdem funzt das mit: <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="style.css"> nicht!!!!
    Und wie lege ich einzellne Seiten an ???



    BITTE AUFKLÄRUNGS BEDARF

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    liegt die datei auch im richtigen verzeichnis ?

    und haste des css überhaupt extra ?
    >> die icq-schreiberlinge bitte dies hier beachten



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  6. #6
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    Code:
    liegt die datei auch im richtigen verzeichnis ?
    Da weiß ich nicht was du meinst!?
    Code:
    und haste des css überhaupt extra ?
    Ja also ich habe eine style.css datei und eine index.htm/l Datei

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    in der style.css steht auch nur css-code ? also keine html-tags ?
    und die style.css mus im selben verzeichnis wie die index.html liegen
    >> die icq-schreiberlinge bitte dies hier beachten



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    Schmeiß aus dem CSS Code alles raus, was mit CSS nichts zu tun hat.
    Füge im HTML Teil einen Doctype ein.
    Deine CSS bzw. die deines Generators enthält so viele "Besonderheiten", die im Normlfall überhaupt nicht erforderlich sind.
    Also nochmal: Wenn du Stylesheets entwerfen kannst, dann mach es richtig. Dein Generator taugt dazu nicht viel.

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    Ja aber ich finde nirgends eine art Grundgerüst !!!
    Also wo ich die Werte halt eintragen muss

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    Das was du als "CSS-Code" in deinem ersten Beitrag bezeichnet hast, ist eine komplette HTML-Datei, die den CSS-Code enthält.
    Da brauchst du keinerlei gesonderte CSS.
    Falls du jedoch den CSS-Teil in eine externe Datei auslagern möchtest, dann trenne deinen "CSS-Code" in die Bereiche HTML und CSS und verfahre wie in meinem Link beschrieben.

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