<U>). Since the entirety of the sidebar usesthe font Verdana, we can add that to our style sheet:

.sidebar {background: green; font-family: Verdana,sans-serif;}

We use font-family here because we don'twant to specify a font-size for the sidebar, so wecan't use the shorthand font.

Now we could put headings and lists of links inseparate paragraphs and then mess around with the padding, margin,

Jason Moon's Fool-Proof Date Input Script (with calendar)

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Called with the "DateInput" function. Parameters are:

  1. DateName - STRING - name of the hidden form element to store the selected, formatted date
  2. Required - BOOLEAN - optional; default = FALSE
  3. DateFormat - STRING - optional
  4. DefaultDate - STRING - optional; default = current system date from the client PC
Birthday:
 
* required
Called like this: DateInput('birth_date', true, 'DD-MON-YYYY', '01-AUG-1976')
 
 
Anniversary:
 
Called like this: DateInput('anniversary', false, 'DD-MON-YYYY', '28-JUN-2003')
 
 
Some Date:
 
Called like this: DateInput('some_date', false, 'DD-MON-YY')
 
 
Today:
 
Called like this: DateInput('today', true)
 

Supported date formats:

* Can specify a 2-digit year


Customizable variables:


View the JavaScript source! overrun either the right or left inner edge in its best attempt to display itself correctly, depending on which way it was floated. In such a case, you get the result shown in Figure 7-72.

Figure 7-72

Figure 7-72. Floating an image wider than its parent element

Here, a left-floated image is wider than its parent, so its right edge overruns the right edge of the parent element. Had the image been floated to the right, then it would have overrun the left side of the parent element instead.

effect of this is to move the element downward until the top of itsborder-edge is below the bottom edge of the floated element.

Example

H1 {clear: right;}

Values

none | left |right | both

Default

7.4.1.2. Falling back on solid

There is one interesting thing about CSS that can make life difficult for authors. According to CSS1, a user agent is allowed to interpret any value of border-style (besides none) as solid. Because of this allowance, a user agent that is technically CSS1-compliant could display the following as all solid:

P.new3 {border-style: ridge dashed double;}

The result shown in Figure 7-35 wouldn't be

6.1.2.1. Real-world issues

That's pretty much all there is to setting a background color. Well, except for one more small warning: Navigator 4 gets the placement of background colors completely wrong. Instead of applying the background color to the entire content box and padding, the color only appears behind the text itself, as shown in Figure 6-17.

Figure 6-17

Figure 6-17. Navigator's incorrect behavior