I can't promise that the old iWeb will stay for much longer, but I did get all of the data out and then used all of the features of weebly to re-build.
So you think your CSS looks alright then? But it doesn't seem to do what I expect - what has happened to the margin on that div?
Look carefully; maybe you have missed out a semi-colon!
One essential tip for eBook creators:
In every program that supports it; display hidden characters.
CSS3 provides some neat effects, like rounded corners and shadows, but InternetExplorer (before version 9) just ignores these CSS rules.
Is there a way to get Internet Explorer to conform?
Hopefully you are seeing the rounded corners and shadows, even if you are using Internet Explorer, because Jason Johnston has provided a solution and you can find out all about it on his web site: css3pie
The W3C have now posted up the HTML5 logo and are suggesting that if you use this new flavour of HTML, then flaunt it and add the logo to your site. So, here it is then, in a blog post.
Anyway - go and get one yourself.